[dns-operations] Org Dnskey TTL
matt at conundrum.com
Tue Apr 27 21:46:22 UTC 2010
On 2010/04/19, at 10:53, Chris Thompson wrote:
> On Jun 18 2009, Dave Knight wrote:
>> On 17-Jun-09, at 8:28 PM, Mark Andrews wrote:
>>> Why still a low a ttl for DNSKEY? I can understand for
>>> negative responses but changes to DNSKEY would have to be
>>> on the order of days anyway as that is what it takes to
>>> change trust anchors.
>> Our signer solution doesn't currently allow the TTL of these records to be set individually, a fix for this is in the pipeline though.
> Noticing again that the "org" DNSKEY TTL is still 900 (that's a loooong
> pipeline!) I've put together this list of DNSKEY (original) TTLs for
> signed TLDs:
Sorry for taking so long to weigh in on this.
As Dave noted back in June, our solution for signing the org zone didn't allow for us to set a separate TTL for the DNSKEY records from the SOA. A software update we recently installed now permits us to set an arbitrary TTL for the DNSKEY records. We're doing some investigation and testing before we settle on a value .. but a change should be in place soon (where the value for "soon" is sometime before full production rollout of DNSSEC for org, which is scheduled for June).
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