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Rolling over the algorithm (usually to a stronger variant) used to sign a DNS zone isn't as easy as regular key roll-overs. This is because some DNSSEC ...
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After the RIPE NCC implemented a system that checks for lame DNS servers in the part of the DNS tree the RIPE NCC maintains I was curious to find out how big a ...
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Here is a short summary of my Monday at IETF 98 in Chicago. Highlights were DNS operations and an effort to standardise address management systems.
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The roll-out of a signed root-zone at K-root on 24 March 2010 was uneventful. But we saw the number of resolvers doing priming queries increase slightly since ...
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Please read this guest post by Matt Larson, Vice President of Research in the Office of the CTO at ICANN: In July 2010, the Domain Name System root zone was ...
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The Domain Name Service Look-aside Validation Service (DLV) was an idea which was useful in the transition from a non-signed DNSSEC root to the current ...
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When viewed as a network infrastructure, looks can be very deceiving when looking at the DNS. It appears to be a simple collection of resolvers and servers. ...
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This weekend the NANOG mailing list was abuzz about an F-root IPv6 route leak, that resulted in the F-root DNS server instance located in Bejing, China, being ...
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Earlier this year, ICANN and VeriSign announced plans to sign the DNS root zone, using DNSSEC. DNSSEC is a set of extensions to the DNS protocol which allow ...
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We were assigned a 32-bit Autonomous System Number from IANA to deploy a new DNS cluster with a different routing policy.
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