maybe a dumb idea on how to fix the dns problems i don't know....
vixie at isc.org
Sun Aug 10 13:58:14 CDT 2008
> > actually, it does (need a bigger posse).
> Rhetoric aside, no it doesn't.
> Choosing not to implement (or permit, as an operational decision) TCP
> because of concerns about state is what you go on to talk about; what you
> were actually replying to was the wholesale denial of 53/tcp out of
> simple ignorance, which I would be surprised to hear you endorse, even if
> it happens to coincide on this instance with the results of your
not doing tcp/53 because the last guy didn't do it is the first step toward
not doing tcp/53 because it's amazingly fragile. sorry to cross the streams
without a diagram.
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