[dns-operations] Support for ED25519/ED448 DS records by OpenSRS
marka at isc.org
Thu Feb 18 23:09:49 UTC 2021
Become a auDA associate member, attend the AGM and raise the issue would work
if you where an Australian or could otherwise prove a link to Australia.
> On 19 Feb 2021, at 09:43, Simon Arlott via dns-operations <dns-operations at dns-oarc.net> wrote:
> From: Simon Arlott <simon at arlott.org>
> Subject: Support for ED25519/ED448 DS records by OpenSRS
> Date: 19 February 2021 at 09:43:53 AEDT
> To: dns-operations at dns-oarc.net
> Reply-To: Simon Arlott <1lCs1Z-00055l-AO=c68e95e9b149.reply at sa.me.uk>
> My OpenSRS reseller is unable to get them to support ED25519/ED448 DS
> records in .AU (I have a response from the administrator of the domain
> informing me that the registrar supports these algorithm types):
>> We're sorry but OpenSRS has stated that they cannot easily/quickly setup
>> support for these algorithms and to submit requests via their public forum
>> for support to be added.
> Support for ED25519 and ED448 in DNSSEC has been a standard for 4 years
> Registries and registrars appear to be repeating the same problems that
> have plagued IPv6 glue for years with these overly restrictive policies
> on DS records.
> Is anything being done to advise TLD operators and registrars to not do
> this and encourage them to keep up to date if they do?
> Supposedly it is to protect registrants from bad data but it would be
> trivial to simply enter the wrong numbers in the individual component DS
> record web forms that everyone is fond of.
> Nominet (the .UK registry) have a similar problem being unable to add
> two numbers to a list:
>> Unfortunately, there are no dates yet as to when this might be implemented
> Simon Arlott
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