Comcast DNSSEC

Peter Kristolaitis alter3d at alter3d.ca
Tue Jan 10 19:10:56 CST 2012


Wow!  Congrats to the Comcast crew, that's absolutely awesome!

Definitely interested in hearing any "lessons learned" that you can 
share from the exercise.

- Pete



On 1/10/2012 6:24 PM, Jeremy Bresley wrote:
> Hadn't seen this mentioned yet.
>
> http://blog.comcast.com/2012/01/comcast-completes-dnssec-deployment.html
>
> Comcast has signed all their managed domains, as well as deployed 
> DNSSEC resolvers for their customers.  And they're encouraging others 
> to make the jump to DNSSEC now as well, especially e-comm/banking sites.
>
> Nice work guys, any of the Comcast guys on the list want to give us an 
> idea how much work is involved in this from a large-scale service 
> provider perspective to do it?  Any big caveats you encountered that 
> people should watch out for?
>
> Jeremy "TheBrez" Bresley
> brez at brezworks.com
>

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