- Chat monitor
- Microphone etiquette
B. Minutes of Last Meeting & Matters Arising (2 mins)
C. Review of Action Items (10 mins)
D. RIPE NCC Report – Anand Buddhdev, RIPE NCC (15 mins)
E. IETF WG Reports – Johan Ihren, Netnod (20 mins)
F. DNSSEC in the Root Zone. Signed TLDs -The ARPA Zones – Dave Knight, ICANN (15 mins)
A brief retrospective on the project to deploy DNSSEC in the root zone of the DNS, with an update on secured TLDs and work on the signing of .arpa and its children.
G. Key Rollover in .cz – Jaromir Talir, CZnic (10 mins)
Presentation will describe individual steps and experiences learned from the rollover from an RSASHA1 to RSASHA512 KSK.
H. GOST Cryptoalgorithms in DNSSEC – Seamless Integration – Basil Dolmatov (15 mins)
The real-life scheme based on current software implementations which use GOST cryptography in DNSSEC is presented. The arbitrary mix of cryptographic algorithms in DNSSEC trust chain is possible and the operation is smooth and seamless. The DNSSEC implementation based on certified GOST cryptographic software is available.
I. DNSDB: What’s up with the DNS? - Joao Damas, ISC (15 mins)
DNSDB is a database that stores and indexes both the passive DNS data available via ISC’s Security Information Exchange as well as the authoritative DNS data that various zone operators make available. DNSDB makes it easy to search for individual DNS RRsets and provides additional metadata for search results such as first seen and last seen timestamps as well as the DNS bailiwick associated with an RRset. DNSDB also has the ability to perform inverse or rdata searches.
J. Status Report on IANA ITAR – Elise Gerich, IANA (10 mins)
K. BIND 10 Update - Jelte Jansen, ISC (15 mins)
A short overview of the status of the BIND 10 project. Topics include the general framework, and some details about the (python) DNS conversion library.
L. IDN Reployment for .ru – Sergey Gorbunov, RU-CENTER (20 mins)
Implementation of the first Cyrillic TLD: organisational, legal and technical issues
M. Discussion Panel
Presentations and discussion concerning the DNS challenges operators may face deploying IPv6 to their customers. The presentations will focus on scaling and security (i.e DNSSEC) and provide example solutions for discussion. Their purpose will be to trigger a conversation as to what operators are doing today or what could be described as best practice on this particular subject.
- Reverse DNS Considerations for IPv6 – Kostas Zorbadelos, OTE & Dave Freedman, Claranet
- Requirements for Reverse DNS for IPv6 – Richard Barnes