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1 IPv6 DNS issues draft-ietf-dnsop-ipv6-dns-issues-00.txt

2 Draft objective Accepted as wg document last meeting Document IPv6 related issues Proposed operational recommendations Candidate for BCP or Informational

3 Name space continuity Every recursive DNS server SHOULD be either IPv4-only or dual stack. Every single DNS zone SHOULD be served by at least one IPv4 reachable DNS server This recommendation could be revisited if/when translation techniques between IPv4 & IPv6 are deployed.

4 Local scope addresses Link local addresses SHOULD NOT be published in the DNS. Site local addresses SHOULD NOT be published in the public DNS. They MAY be published in a site view of the DNS if two-face DNS is deployed. Question: –Can we recommend to put SL in ( zone?

5 SL & Reverse path DNS Site local addresses SHOULD NOT be populated in the public reverse tree. If two-face DNS is deployed, site local addresses MAY be populated in the local view of reverse tree.

6 RFC3041 & Reverse path DNS RFC3041 (privacy extension) addresses SHOULD NOT be published in reverse path DNS

7 6to4 & Reverse path DNS (unresolved) draft-moore-6to4-dns-03.txt draft-ymbk-…. ? Rfc1101 trick (see later)

8 “pre-populating” Reverse path DNS (unresolved) Widespread current practice for ISP serving home customers 2 reasons: –letting the customer manage the tree –Don’t want to answer calls when something goes wrong because of the absence of a PTR The size of v6 address space does not allow this practice any more

9 Pre-populating: solutions Wildcard entry –Several people are uneasy with wildcard in general DNS record synthesis (reverse & forward tree) –may affect DNSsec RFC1101 trick (not in the draft)

10 RFC1101 “trick” (last resort when no PTR has been found) Network admin configures PTR & AAAA for network name as in RFC1101 getaddrinfo(): –If PTR exist, returns it –If not, zero the interface ID and ask a PTR –Return string: $InterfaceID “+” $NetName getnameinfo(): –If AAAA exist, returns it –If not and syntax $InterfaceID “+” $NetName, get AAAA for NetName and paste $IntefaceID

11 Possible extensions Repeat trick at /48 boundary: –$InterfaceID “+” $SubnetID “+” $PrefixName Use it for 6to4 –$InterfaceID “+” $SubnetID “+6to4+” PTR(IPv4 underlying address)

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