[dns-operations] Reporting glue as authoritive data -- Bug!
Ed.Lewis at neustar.biz
Wed Jan 30 15:05:44 UTC 2008
At 15:42 +0100 1/30/08, Peter Koch wrote:
>it is "documented" in section 6.2 of
I had only been looking in RFCs. That draft sounds interesting.
>Unfortunately there's no clear indication whether the insisting resolver
>is still in wide enough use. Last I heard was that the effect would be
>triggered by the last authoritative server switching from "old" to "new"
>(referral only) behaviour.
The question is, who wants to take the time (and risk) to find out.
An operator backing out the hybrid answers is risking an outage to
some reliant parties. It's not often I'm willing to undertake an
action whose only potentially noticeable impact is to cause someone
else to hit my network harder and phone my help desk.
I'm not saying I think backing out hybrids is a bad idea, but, it's
like "what's the motivation?" (I ask rhetorically.)
Edward Lewis +1-571-434-5468
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