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Re: AW: Odd policy question.
- From: Jeffrey I. Schiller
- Date: Sat Jan 14 17:07:51 2006
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Foolish me. Indeed all that is required is a way to detect that the
delegation is lame (hopefully in a secure fashion) and remove the lame
delegations. Of course that does leave the problem of what to do if all
of the delegations are lame, as Randy has alluded to.
Randy Bush wrote:
>>As an engineer, I believe we would need a protocol that would
>>permit someone to query an IP address to ask what DNS domains
>>it may be an NS for.
> this addresses neither the issue of longevity nor that of
> whether it is authoritative for a particular domain which
> is proposed to be, or has been, delegated to it.
> and please note that delegation is not to an ip address, but
> rather to an fqdn. the only time the two are bound is when a
> delegatee is within the zone being delegated, so the delegator
> needs to insert a glue a rr.
> i run a very small registry for some cctlds. my scripts do
> specifically check that all servers to which a delegation is
> proposed are actually serving the zone, and will not delegate
> if they are not. i also check for 2182 compliance in a crude
> manner. i also check that the ns rrset held by the servers is
> that to which delegation is requested.
> i would gladly re-run the delegation checks against the zone
> files periodically. but i do not as i don't know what to do
> when (not if) i find lamers. it seems a bit drastic to just
> remove delegation. but i know from experience that email to
> the pocs will get no useful response.
Jeffrey I. Schiller
MIT Network Manager
Information Services and Technology
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
77 Massachusetts Avenue Room W92-190
Cambridge, MA 02139-4307
617.253.0161 - Voice
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