IPv6 AAAA DNS Whitelisting Implications
draft-livingood-dns-whitelisting-implications-01

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Last updated 2010-12-06 (latest revision 2010-10-22)
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Abstract

The objective of this document is to describe what whitelisting of DNS AAAA resource records is, or DNS whitelisting for short, as well as what the implications of this emerging practice are and what alternatives may exist. The audience for this document is the Internet community generally, including the IETF and IPv6 implementers.

Authors

Jason Livingood (jason_livingood@cable.comcast.com)

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