[dns-operations] Delegation checking

Jo Rhett jrhett at netconsonance.com
Fri Jan 18 19:26:20 UTC 2008

On Jan 18, 2008, at 11:16 AM, Florian Weimer wrote:
> * Jo Rhett:
>>  From the rest of your post, I think you do.  Let me rephrase: we
>> should make the registrant suffer by breaking their web and email
>> rather than making us suffer.
> Who is "us"?  Registrars?  Registries?
> For completely lame delegations that aren't just temporary, it's
> probably a good idea to pull the NS records from the parent zone (with
> proper safeguards, of course).  But in this case, I fail to see how
> anyone suffers, how there's an improvement, and how this could prompt
> any action from the registrant.
> If just one of the listed servers is lame, I don't think you can
> justify a suspension of that delegation.  It doesn't make much sense
> from a technical perspective.  It's also quite hard to prove that a
> delegation is really lame for large parts of the net.

Sorry, I had moved on to invalid contact information.  If the contact  
information for the zone is invalid...

Jo Rhett
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