[dns-wg] DNS Privacy
Sara Dickinson sara at sinodun.com
Wed May 25 11:11:08 CEST 2016
Hi All, As you will probably know RFC7858 "Specification for DNS over Transport Layer Security (TLS)” was recently published as a result of work in the IETF DPRIVE working group. Reference implementations of this Standard (and associated supporting features such as those specified in RFC7766) are in progress. However, since this is a significant evolution for DNS, the first stage in moving towards a deployable production solution would seem to be to run one (or preferrably a few) DNS Privacy servers as research experiments. This would allow practical experience of running the service at scale and serve as a research platform for other DNS Privacy activities. A number of organisations have expressed interest in running such a DNS Privacy enabled server and we would like to start a discussion in the RIPE community to see if there is similar interest from within this group. We would very much like to hear from interested parties who might consider becoming involved in this effort. Additionally, there have also been exploratory discussions around the possibility of RIPE NCC running such a service as a limited fixed term pilot, if there was sufficient support from the RIPE members. This seems to be something that would fit well with the mission of the RIPE NCC and we would like to hear views from the community about this proposal. There will be a short presentation in the RIPE DNS working group tomorrow on this topic, so please participate if you are interested. Regards Sara.
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