[dns-operations] [Ext] K-root in CN leaking outside of CN

George Michaelson ggm at algebras.org
Sun Nov 7 23:56:41 UTC 2021


I helped deploy the unit. Great war stories about this. I think my
favourite was the guys charcoaling lunch in the machineroom next door
in the DC, using a wastepaper basket as a cooker, sitting on a
salvaged sofa. That, and having rack power die when the room lights
were turned out.

On Mon, Nov 8, 2021 at 9:53 AM Manu Bretelle <chantr4 at gmail.com> wrote:
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> On Sun, Nov 7, 2021 at 1:48 AM Ray Bellis <ray at isc.org> wrote:
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>> On 07/11/2021 09:28, Ray Bellis wrote:
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>> > There most certainly were - a similar leak/poison pattern was
>> > detected from an I root node hosted in China in March 2010.
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>> and checking our own records, we've had F root servers in China since at
>> least 2006.
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>> However we announce our Anycast prefixes "NO_EXPORT" and make it very
>> clear that our routes must not propagate beyond the border.
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> Thanks Ray, that’s useful info.
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> My original Google searches seemed to indicate that the first root in CN were quite recent but if did not dig enough.
> A colleague pointed me to
> https://archive.nanog.org/meetings/nanog53/presentations/Tuesday/Losher.pdf /
> https://bgpmon.net/f-root-dns-server-moved-to-beijing/
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> Which was about F hosted in China leaking out back in Oct 2011, but Nanog slides indicate that answers were not rewritten in this case.
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> Manu
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>> Ray
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