DNS Working Group

Wednesday, 18 April, 09:00 – 10:30

0. Administrivia

1. RIPE NCC Report
Robert Kisteleki, RIPE NCC

2. DNSSEC in .si
Benjamin Zwittnig

Observations and problems encountered during the preparations for .si signing, running a signed .si zone and future plans.

3. Dnssexy
Willem Toorop, NLnetLabs

Dnssexy (DNS SEc proXY) is a software program to fortify DNSSEC availability. It operates as a bump in the wire between a hidden master and a public slave. It receives DNS transfers from the hidden master but only notifies the public slave when all records are properly assessed by means of a user-defined programme.

4. Quality of DNS and DNSSEC in the .se Zone
Patrick Wallstrom, IIS

As part of the Healthcheck programme in .SE, IIS has surveyed the .se zone for DNS quality and a more in-depth analysis of DNSSEC quality, looking at all DNSSEC-related parameters and unexpected issues.

5. DNSSEC: Dealing With Hosts That Don’t Get Fragments
Roland M. van Rijswijk, SURFnet Middleware Services

Even if you sign your zone according to the book, querying hosts that don’t accept large responses due to them blocking fragments may cause you grief. This presentation outlines the issues you may encounter and
provides guidelines for dealing with them based on research we are currently doing at SURFnet.

6. Follow-up to Plenary DNS Presentations


Wednesday, 18 April, 11:00 – 12:30

7. YADIFA Update
Peter Janssen, EURid

8. Knot Update
Ondřej Surý, CZ.NIC

9. OpenDNSSEC Status Update
Jakob Schlyter, OpenDNSSEC

The soon-to-be-released version 1.4 and roadmap for version 2.0 (planned for release later in 2012) and beyond.

10. RIPE Atlas Measurements & Tools
Robert Kisteleki, RIPE NCC

11. Dense Anycast Deployment of DNS Authority Servers
Dave Knight, ICANN

A description of the wide-scale anycast deployment of L-Root by ICANN with a focus on operations and architecture. The presentation will include details of the platform, approaches for automating deployment and
distributed configuration management, monitoring and measurement.

12. Panel Discussion on DNSChanger

13. AOB