Question to Google

Mark Andrews marka at isc.org
Mon May 15 13:00:31 UTC 2017


In message <20170515124359.a3o7evaostrvm3tk at nic.fr>, Stephane Bortzmeyer writes
:
> > 	Unfortunately, every time we've looked at the data, the
> > 	conclusion has been that it would cause unwarranted user
> > 	impact. IIRC the most recent blocker was a major US ISP whose
> > 	clients would experience breakage if even just one NS record
> > 	was dual-stacked.
> 
> There are many zones (including your isc.org) that have several name
> servers dual-stacked, and they didn't notice a problem. Furthermore,
> since the DNS is a tree, resolution of google.com requires a proper
> resolution of the root and .com, both having IPv6 name servers.
> 
> So, this answer is at least insufficient.

It wouldn't suprise me if the dispute between Google and Cogent was
not part of the issue.  Pure speculation on my part.  I could be
completely off base.

Mark
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