RIPE NCC recently organised a two-day DNS Measurements Hackathon to take a closer look at reverse DNS delegations.
Guest Post: Here’s how you can ready your network for the DNSSEC Root Zone KSK rollover this October.
Guest Post: Spreading domains used for nameservers may be best practice for some but may increase latency at the resolver.
The Root Zone KSK rollover is coming. Are your systems ready?
Geoff Huston shares his impressions from IETF 98 Working Groups and sessions, including DNSOPS, Homenet, IPv6, QUIC and Multi-Path TCP.
Guest Post: Two new DNS measurements have been added to every RIPE Atlas probe.
Guest Post: Bert Hubert shares his trick to rapidly determine the number of DNSSEC secured delegations in a zone.
Geoff discusses how the DNS and root servers function and provides some suggestions for the infrastructure to continue to be robust, scalable and accurate..
Domain Name certificates used to be expensive. In this post, I’ll walk through the process of setting up good, inexpensive and accessible DNS security using several public tools.
Geoff takes a second look at the DNS Root Servers, this time scoring them on the ability to handle large UDP responses over IPv6.