I understand, but based on Dave's scenario, there is still the need
to 'poison' the DNS first and that requires at least a few things to
I'm just trying to verify that if the client is affected that
clearing the cache will get them back to square one - until the next
Not a solution of course, just a question.
On 25-Jul-08, at 11:59 AM, Peter Bukowinski wrote:
On 7/25/08 11:46 AM, "Mark Helman" <email@hidden> wrote:
A quick question. Would the regular flushing of the DNS cache via
lookupd -flushcache or dscacheutil -flushcache clear up any client
issues in a case-by-case basis?
Unless the source DNS server is fixed, the poisoned information
will just be
re-cached on the client.
Peter M. Bukowinski
IT – Sr. Support Engineer
Janelia Farm Research Campus
Howard Hughes Medical Institute
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