[dns-operations] 答复: L-Root IPv6 Address renumbering
paul at redbarn.org
Mon Mar 14 04:39:35 UTC 2016
Terry Manderson wrote:
> Hi Stephen,
> On 14/03/2016, 12:52 PM, "Stephan Lagerholm"<stlagerh at microsoft.com>
>> Hi Terry,
>> I find the renumbering schedule rather aggressive and I disagree that DNS
>> resolver operators are treated as children should the timeframe be
> Excuse my flippant words.
> However, that tends not to correlate with what appears as an ongoing
> outcome for in other renumbering efforts. And I don't think it is at all
here, i agree. "aggressive" would be to replace the root zone file used
by the server at the old address with an empty one (except the apex SOA
and NS RRs) so that it replied NXDOMAIN to all queries.
if we want people to know there is an internet, and that they are
connected to that internet, and that the internet has servers, and that
those servers sometimes get renumbered, we'd have to be "aggressive."
going dark, as L-root proposes to do, is not "aggressive" at all.
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