DNSSEC deployment testing and awareness (Was: Re: IPv4 ANYCAST setup)

Robert Kisteleki robert at ripe.net
Tue Mar 30 04:37:49 CDT 2010

I must observe that these are not really the links you'd want to give your 
end users to check out. Their audience is very different. While the article 
on RIPE Labs comes close, they don't really answer the "does it work or does 
it not?" question with a green/red light, and they don't provide a good 
explanation to the audience Randy is referring to.


On 2010.03.30. 11:29, Phil Regnauld wrote:
> Randy Bush (randy) writes:
>> i.e. what can we do to maximize the odds that the victim will quickly
>> find the perp, as opposed to calling our our tech support lines?
> 	Ah yes, there was the second good reason for actually helping netops
> 	and security officers :)
> 	Tools:
> 	https://www.dns-oarc.net/oarc/services/replysizetest
> 	https://www.dnssec-deployment.org/wiki/index.php/Tools_and_Resources,
> 	under troubleshooting:
> 		http://labs.ripe.net/content/testing-your-resolver-dns-reply-size-issues
> 		http://secspider.cs.ucla.edu/
> 	Info sheets:
> 	http://www.afnic.fr/actu/nouvelles/240/l-afnic-invite-les-responsables-techniques-reseaux-a-se-preparer-a-la-signature-de-la-racine-dns-en-mai-2010
> 	(click English, top right)
> 	... plenty of links there too.
> 	Cheers,
> 	Phil

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