[dns-operations] DNS Flag Day 2020 and Google Public DNS

Ondřej Surý ondrej at sury.org
Fri Oct 9 21:39:48 UTC 2020

Hi Anthony,

thanks for doing this! That’s a good presentation.

I have one question though - since you have couple of ranges in there
and several measurements you might know the answer - out of the
1230-1399 size range - how many of them are getting fragmented along
the way?

I guess you are not setting the DF bit right now, so I am interested whether
you have numbers (or you could measure them) what would be the impact
if both parties (client and server) also set the DF bit on outgoing and what
would be the increased drop rate?

Ondřej Surý (He/Him)
ondrej at sury.org

> On 9. 10. 2020, at 17:29, Anthony Lieuallen via dns-operations <dns-operations at dns-oarc.net> wrote:
> From: Anthony Lieuallen <alieuall at google.com>
> Subject: DNS Flag Day 2020 and Google Public DNS
> Date: 9 October 2020 17:29:38 CEST
> To: dns-operations at dns-oarc.net
> I've put together a presentation about Google Public DNS's participation in the DNS Flag Day 2020 initiative.  I had hoped to present this at OARC 33, but I didn't finish it with enough lead time to be scheduled there.  So I've recorded the talk I would have given and placed it on YouTube:
> https://youtu.be/CHprGFJv_WE
> A quick summary of why, how we're participating, and what we expect as we roll out the change.
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