[dns-operations] glitch on [ip6|in-addr].arpa?

A. Schulze sca at andreasschulze.de
Fri Oct 11 14:25:29 UTC 2019


> * Viktor Dukhovni <ietf-dane at dukhovni.org> [2019-10-10 20:51 (-0400)]:
>> On Thu, Oct 10, 2019 at 06:25:41PM -0400, Matthew Pounsett wrote:
>>> The speculation I've seen is that Cogent refuses to treat HE as a Tier1
>>> network in v6 because they don't try to also be one in v4, but that they
>>> should because HE's v6 network is much wider reaching and much longer
>>> established than Cogent's.  In any case, Cogent's refusal to peer with HE
>>> over v6 has been very public and well documented.  It makes Cogent
>>> unreachable from a significant portion of the v6 network.
>> It has perhaps not been as well known as it deserves to be.  Perhaps
>> additional publicity here (and any other relevant fora), might nudge
>> the parties closer to a resolution.  The non-reachability of the
>> IPv6 C root from a significant portion of IPv6 space is not a healthy
>> situation.
>> The error is immediately apparent via DNSViz:
>>   https://dnsviz.net/d/root/dnssec/
> RIPE Atlas DNSMON measurement doesn't indicate this:
> https://atlas.ripe.net/dnsmon/group/root?dnsmon.session.color_range_pls=0-66-66-99-100&dnsmon.session.exclude-errors=true&dnsmon.type=server-probes&dnsmon.zone=root&dnsmon.maxProbes=undefined&dnsmon.startTime=1568160000&dnsmon.endTime=1570752000&dnsmon.filterProbes=true&dnsmon.ipVersion=both&dnsmon.isTcp=false&dnsmon.server=2001:500:2::c

that link show "everything is green" because no server is below 66% drop rate
change to 3% show issues with C and D root.

also visible: F root is much better since 2019-10-10 ~14:00 UTC


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