[dns-operations] Questions on DNS Flag day 2020 proposal

=?gb2312?B?zuK66cn5?= samwu at dnspod.com
Mon Jun 17 10:10:14 UTC 2019


Thank you Jerry, it will be great if we can join the list.

I founded and operated DNSPod in China from 2005, DNSPod is the biggest DNS service provider in China. We saw many problems in the internet of China these years.

Like TCP 53, it blocked by many ISPs in China. Because it’s very easy to be DDOS, and not easy to be hijack, you know what I mean.

So, if DNS servers not response to TCP will be treat as DEAD, it may affects a lot of facilities, devices etc in China.


> 在 2019年6月17日,下午5:59,Jerry Lundström <jerry at dns-oarc.net> 写道:
> 
> Hi Sam,
> 
> On 6/17/19 10:47 AM, 吴洪声 wrote:
>> Yes, you’re Google, you’re cloudflare, you’re IBM, you’re opendns. You have traffic, you have big big power. So you can setup your own rule, you can block any traffic as you like.
> 
> I think your referring to the ZDnet article which lists these companies
> as members.
> 
> They were not members, they were supporters for DNS flag day 2019.
> 
> As a supporter you support the initiative and will hopefully make sure
> your platforms/services/software are in order.
> 
> We will create the same list of supporters for DNS flag day 2020, and if
> DNSpod would like to join as a supporter we would be happy to accept.
> 
> Cheers,
> Jerry
> 







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