Hello! I am having a strange issue with CentOS 5.4 that I cannot seem to solve. Every DNS lookup results in AAAA records being requested first before A records. As a result, this causes a large amount of unnecessary DNS traffic on the network. IPv6 has been completely disabled on these servers: /etc/modprobe.conf, ipv6 off and net-pf-10 off /etc/sysconfig/network, NETWORKING_IPV6=no lsmod | grep ipv6 shows the kernel module no longer loaded. Yet watching TCP dump shows that AAAA records are requested before A records every time a login is requested from one of our local machines to another. Is there some sort of configuration directive I can use to force IPv4 lookups first before IPv6? Or even better, stop IPv6 lookups all together?