Common Misbehavior against DNS Queries for IPv6 Addresses
draft-morishita-dnsop-misbehavior-against-aaaa-00

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Abstract

There is some known misbehavior of DNS authoritative servers when they are queried for AAAA resource records. Such behavior can block IPv4 communication which should actually be available, cause a significant delay in name resolution, or even make a denial of service attack. This memo describes details of the known cases and discusses the effect.

Authors

Yasuhiro Morishita (yasuhiro@jprs.co.jp)
Tatsuya Jinmei (jinmei@isl.rdc.toshiba.co.jp)

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