Stateful Multi-Link DNS Service Discovery
draft-lemon-stateful-dnssd-00

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Abstract

This document proposes a stateful model for automating Multi-Link DNS Service Discovery, as an extension to the existing solution, which relies entirely on multicast DNS for discovering services, and does not formally maintain DNS zone state. When fully deployed this will confer several advantages: the ability to do DNS zone transfers, integrating with existing DNS infrastructure; the elimination of the need for regular multicast queries; and the ability for services to securely register and defend their names, preventing malicious spoofing of services on the network.

Authors

Ted Lemon (ted.lemon@nominum.com)

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