Derivation of DNS Name Predecessor and Successor
draft-sisson-dnsext-dns-name-p-s-01

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Abstract

This document describes a method for deriving the canonically-ordered predecessor and successor of a DNS name. This is expected to be useful for real-time NSEC resource record synthesis, which may be used in alterative implementations of DNSSEC-enabled DNS servers.

Authors

Geoffrey Sisson (geoff@nominet.org.uk)
Ben Laurie (ben@algroup.co.uk)

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