Last Modifield: 06/24/2002
1. Define the processes by which Domain Name System (DNS) servers may be efficiently and correctly administered, configured, and operated on Internet networks. This will include root zone name servers, gTLD name servers, and the name servers of other DNS domains. As part of this effort, the group will produce documents explaining to the general Internet community what processes and mechanisms should be employed for the effective management and operation of DNS servers.
2. Publish (or assume sponsorship for) documents concerning DNSSEC procedures.
3. Publish (or assume sponsorship for) documents concerning the education of new/novice DNS "users" (FYI-RFCs).
4. Identify performance measurement tools and evaluate their effectiveness.
The group sees four main areas with related documents:
Root Name Server Operational Requirements draft-bush-dnsop-root-opreq-00.txt Editor: Randy Bush
Multiple servers sharing the same IP address
Editor: Masataka Ohta
Zone KEY RRSet Signing Procedure draft-ietf-dnssec-key-handling-00.txt Editor: Edward Lewis
Performance and measuring Editors: Randy Bush & Michael Patton
|JUN 99||Publish revised Root Server Requirements.|
|JUL 99||Publish revised version of Key Handling.|
|JUL 99||Publish first version of Servers Sharing IP#.|
|SEP 99||WG last call for Root Server Requirements.|
|SEP 99||Publish first version of Performance and Measuring.|
|OCT 99||Publish revised version of Key Handling.|
|OCT 99||Publish revised version of Servers Sharing IP#.|
|NOV 99||Submit Root Server Requirements to the IESG for consideration as Informational (BCP?).|
|DEC 99||Publish 2nd revised version of Servers Sharing IP#.|
|JAN 00||Publish revised version of Key Handling.|
|FEB 00||Publish revised Performance and Measuring.|
|MAR 00||WG last call for Key Handling.|
|MAR 00||WG last call for Servers Sharing IP#.|
|MAY 00||Publish revised Performance and Measuring.|
|MAY 00||Submit Servers Sharing IP# to the IESG for consideration as Informational.|
|JUN 00||Submit Key Handling to the IESG for consideration as BCP.|
|AUG 00||WG last call for Performance and Measuring.|
|OCT 00||Submit Performance and Measuring to the IESG for consideration as Informational.|
|RFC2870||BCP||Root Name Server Operational Requirements|
|RFC3258||I||Distributing Authorittative Name Servers via Shared Unicast Addresses|
IETF 55 Atlanta DNSOP WG TUESDAY, November 19, 2002 1415-1515 Recorded by Cathy Murphy 1. Agenda Bashing <No comments.> 2. Scribe - Cathy Murphy volunteered to be scribe. 3. Blue Sheet - passed out for recording attendance. 4. Workshop Report - Ed Lewis Ed provided a brief overview report about the DNSSEC workshop that occurred in early October. Ed noted that the workshop was sponsored by ARIN and that a detailed report was posted to the dnsop mail list. The main task of the workshop was to sign the reverse map dns. Ed stated that there have been several DNSSEC workshops recently, and a suggestion has made to gather the reports from all of the workshops in a single location. Ed is looking for a volunteer; contact Ed if willing to help. 5. draft-ietf-dnsop-ipv6-dns-issues-00.txt Alain Durand Alain presented his draft. There was discussion about characteristics local scope addresses. It was agreed that they should have names that weren't global and did not leak out to the Internet. Implementation options were discussed but no conclusion was reached. Further discussion will take place on the list. There was discussion about pre-populating reverse path dns. Various implementation options were discussed by no conclusion was reached. Further discussion will take place on the list. 6. draft-ietf-dnsop-v6-name-space-fragmentation-01.txt draft-ietf-ngtrans-dns-ops-req-04.txt Alain Durand These drafts were not discussed because of the time devoted to the previous agenda item. Future discussion will take place on the list. 7. draft-ietf-dnsop-serverid-01.txt David Conrad The serverid draft was updated to clarify some confusing language; no other substantive changes were made. There was consensus that this draft should go to WG last call. 8. draft-ihren-dnsop-interim-signed-root-01.txt Johan Ihren Johan presented his draft. There discussion about the proposal. Several stated that the signing method presented had problems. The response was that this was about management of the key for signing the zone not about signing of the zone. Discussion about the technical issues concerning resolvers was referred to the list. The Regional Internet Registries were proposed to be a part of the management scheme. It was pointed out that they would have to take this to their respective communities for discussion and consensus. 9. Distributing K-Root Service by Anycast Routing of 188.8.131.52 Daniel Karrenberg Daniel made an announcement that the k root server would be deploying additional servers using anycast. He referred all to the RIPE web site for further details. 10. draft-jeong-name-generation-00.txt Jae-Hoon Jeong Jae-Hoon presented his draft. There was no discussion. The consensus of the wg was that this should not become a wg draft.