[dns-operations] Distributed Monitoring
daniel.stirnimann at switch.ch
Thu Mar 3 13:51:33 UTC 2016
Just tested Thousdand Eyes using a free account:
Error: "Unknown cryptographic algorithm for winterthur-marathon.ch. A"
Looks like they don't support ECDSAP256SHA256 for their "DNSSEC trace"
test. I have reported the problem.
On 03.03.16 10:27, Anthony Eden wrote:
> We've been using Thousand Eyes which provides a wide distribution of
> monitoring nodes. They also monitor BGP changes which can be useful
> as well. It is pricey though, so that may put it out of your range
> (whatever that may be).
> Anthony Eden
> On Thu, Mar 3, 2016 at 10:16 AM, Brett <brettcarr at gmail.com> wrote:
>> For various reasons we are currently considering changing some of the
>> monitoring around our DNS platform. We are specifically looking at the
>> distributed monitoring of Anycast Auth DNS servers (IE from multiple
>> end points). I was wondering what other people use for this type of
>> monitoring? Anything you would strongly recommend or strongly advise
>> against. Open source along with commercial and SAAS solutions would
>> all be considered, the most important things are reliability and cost.
>> dns-operations mailing list
>> dns-operations at lists.dns-oarc.net
>> dns-jobs mailing list
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