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Hey Max,


You are using squid 3.1.x which is not supported anymore by the squid
development team.
It is possible that there is a bug in this version of squid and that it
was not reported until now.
Squid should not run a PTR record lookup unless there is an acl which
requires\wants\needs it.


Details on squid for CentOS at:
http://wiki.squid-cache.org/KnowledgeBase/CentOS


In any case the better place to seek for an answer on the issue you have
described is in the squid-users mailing list.


All The Bests,
Eliezer Croitoru

On 31/01/2015 20:36, Max Grobecker wrote:
Is anyone else experiencing this? It seems to be happen on IPv6 client addresses only - with IPv4 it works just fine.
And besides of these broken PTR lookups Squid is working as expected.



Greetings from Wuppertal
Max

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