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DNS Delegation Requirements
draft-wallstrom-dnsop-dns-delegation-requirements-03

Document Type Expired Internet-Draft (individual)
Authors Patrik Wallstrom , Jakob Schlyter
Last updated 2021-06-25 (Latest revision 2016-10-26)
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Abstract

This document outlines a set of requirements on a well-behaved DNS delegation of a domain name. A large number of tools have been developed to test DNS delegations, but each tool uses a different set of requirements for what is a correct setup for a delegated domain name. However, there are few requirements on how to set up DNS in order to just make the delegation work. In order to have a well- behaved delegation that is robust to failures and also makes DNS resolvers behave consistently, there are a large number of things to consider. Based on this document, it should be possible to set up a fully functional DNS delegation for a domain name, but also to create a set of test specifications for how to test a DNS delegation.

Authors

Patrik Wallstrom
Jakob Schlyter

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