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  1. [prop-038] Proposal to amend APNIC Lame DNS reverse delegation policy Policy SIG 7 Sep 2006 APNIC 22, Kaohsiung, Taiwan Terry Manderson

  2. Proposal • To make an editorial update to the definition of lameness for the APNIC lame delegation policy

  3. Motivation • Update the definition of ‘lame’ for • Best practice • RIR consistency • Clarify the function of the policy • APNIC has a preexisting lame policy

  4. Comparison • prop-004-v001 • Valid answer for SOA • SOA contents not checked • prop-038 • Valid answer for SOA • Authority bit (AA) set • SOA contents not checked

  5. Lame definition • Using UDP query, a valid delegation is: • The delegated nameserver provides a valid answer for the SOA record of the domain • Returned answer is authoritative (AA bit set) • Failure of any of the above checks is a lame state • NOTE • SOA data consistency will still be unchecked, ie. serial

  6. Benefits • APNIC becomes consistent with • Best practice • RIR definition • Flexibility to implement a member friendly procedure • No adverse effect on members • Members already delegated this way

  7. Implementation • 2 weeks after EC endorsement • Update operational procedure on the APNIC website • Apply changes to DNS checking software

  8. Summary • Seeking consensus from the community to update the definition of lameness for the APNIC lame delegation policy

  9. Thanks! terry@apnic.net