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Re: AW: Odd policy question.
From: Randy Bush <randy () psg com>
Date: Sat, 14 Jan 2006 12:24:47 -1000
Indeed all that is required is a way to detect that the
delegation is lame
for bind vic^H^H^Husers
dig +norec zone.name. @delegatee.name. soa
to check the ns rrset at the [proposed] delegatee
dig +norec zone.name. @delegatee.name. ns
on later digs, you can also use the +short option if you don't want
to see too much detail.
serious pedants can also check for response via tcp, as opposed to
just the default udp.
hopefully in a secure fashion
could you amplify?
and remove the lame delegations. Of course that does leave the
problem of what to do if all of the delegations are lame
or if a proper subset of the delegations are lame.
or if the ns rrset at a delegatee does not match that which
was specified to be installed in the delegating zone file.
Re: AW: Odd policy question. David W. Hankins (Jan 13)