Check My DNS is a custom developed DNS nameserver that creates dynamic delegated subdomains to enable clients to query for never-seen-before resource records in order to support a general-purpose framework for testing DNS resolvers.
Welcome to the first Development Issue!
The idea of this issue is to provide a summary of the current development work being done at DNS-OARC and will be given out on a monthly or bi-monthly basis ... [ Read More ]
OARC's legal entity does business in California, and our physical infrastructure and finances are run from the San Francisco Bay area. Due to a recent change in arrangements, OARC is seeking a new provider of physical office services in the area, effective immediately.
We're seeking a number of things, they need not all come from the same organization, but OARC Members local to the area are preferred if possible:
During the 2016 OARC Annual General Meeting OARC Members will be electing three seats on the OARC Board of Directors. The seats becoming available are doing so on the following basis:
- DNS generally uses the connectionless User Datagram Protocol (UDP) as its transport.
- Many autonomous systems allow source-spoofed packets to enter their network.
- There is no shortage of Open Resolvers on the Internet.
Please be advised that DNS-OARC will be relocating its equipment and services to a new facility during next week starting this Saturday, May 14th through Wednesday the 18th. There will be multiple sporadic outages during this time affecting ALL services and ALL systems as a result.
ICANN's Root Server System Advisory Committee has recently defined two standards, including RSSAC 002 , designed to obtain a baseline of the metrics for the Root Zone, specifically so that root operators can detect and mitigate any abnormalities in the performance of the DNS Root Server System as it continues to grow and develop.