[dns-operations] Reg Anycast resolver

João Damas joao at bondis.org
Thu Jun 2 10:09:48 UTC 2011

there is another "solution" not mentioned there, which is to have servers with no transit (no transit for the service addresses).
The thing to ensure then becomes making sure the servers continue to have no transit (transit leaks) at all times, so for any given "local" server, all of its connectivity is peering not transit connectivity.

On 2 Jun 2011, at 02:00, Paul Vixie wrote:

>> From: woody at pch.net (Bill Woodcock)
>> Date: Sun, 22 May 2011 13:33:44 -0700
>>> http://www.sanog.org/resources/sanog8/sanog8-dns-service-architecture-gaurab.pdf
>> As one of the authors of that document, an an operator of a large
>> anycast network, I'd be happy to answer any questions you might have.
>> Note that the presentation primarily discusses authoritative servers
>> and the interaction between unicast recursive clients and anycast
>> authoritative servers, but I'd be happy to answer questions you might
>> have about anycast recursive resolvers as well.
> see also: <http://www.circleid.com/posts/20110531_anycast_unicast_or_both/>
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