[ldns-users] Resolver to use TCP if UDP > bufsize
wolfgang.nagele at ausregistry.com.au
Thu Jan 17 08:54:05 UTC 2013
I have a case where we are sending large DNS packets that exceed 4096 bytes using 'ldns_resolver_send_pkt()'. I noticed that it will not realize that it exceeds the UDP bufsize and fallback to TCP but rather sends the message using UDP which will result in a FORMERR from BIND.
As far as I can see in the code there is no way in the resolver to make it behave this way. Am I missing something?
At this point I have implemented a check in our code that will set 'usevc()' for packets that exceed the bufsize. That brings me to another question - is there no better way to get the size of my packet than this?
uint8_t *wire = NULL;
ldns_pkt2wire(&wire, pkt, &size);
Senior Systems and Network Administrator
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Email: wolfgang.nagele at ausregistry.com.au
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