[dns-operations] OpenDNS adopts DNSCurve
lampe at hauke-lampe.de
Thu Feb 25 16:29:21 UTC 2010
Matthew Dempsky wrote:
> An authoritative server can today setup DNSCurve,
I gathered all libraries and patches, built them according to
instructions and tried to set it all up. Is there any operational
documentation at all?
I figured the dnscurve-forwarder would be called by udpserver/tcpserver
in a typical daemontools setup. Is that correct?
So far, I only get errors about "permission denied" in epoll.
My binary (Ubuntu Jaunty) packages and debianized sources can be found
If you can shed any light on how to make them work, please let me know.
I really would like to give DNSCurve a try.
I was told repeatedly that DNSCurve was now ready for prime time. No
more vapourware, no more "make work" projects. Authoritative servers can
set it up *today*.
So far, setting up DNSSEC validation and authority was much easier in
comparison, I must admit.
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