[dns-operations] thoughts on DNSSEC

Michele Neylon :: Blacknight michele at blacknight.ie
Thu Jul 19 14:42:24 UTC 2012

On 19 Jul 2012, at 15:25, <WBrown at e1b.org>
 <WBrown at e1b.org> wrote:

> James M Galvin <galvin at elistx.com> wrote on 07/19/2012 09:58:25 AM:
>> A registrar who has passed OT&E for DNSSEC will have a "Yes" indicator 
>> below. This does not indicate whether the registrar has enabled a 
>> DNSSEC service for the registrants. Please contact the registrars 
>> directly for their DNSSEC service.
> I went back and re-read that. 
>> All the PIR web page is saying is that those listed with a "yes" are 
>> eligible to offer DNSSEC services from .ORG's perspective.  It does not 
>> indicate whether or not those services are available.
> And in order to pass OT&E testing, NetSol's client application must pass 
> muster.  So they must be able to handle DNSSEC.  

No - passing OT+E for a registry service means you have _code_ that does X, Y and Z 

It doesn't mean that you have anyway of presenting that to an end user or integrating it into anything else

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