IPv6-Day DITL Data Collection

A Day in the Life of the Internet is a large-scale data collection project undertaken by CAIDA and OARC every year since 2006. In addition to the recently completed 2011 collection, DNS-OARC is sponsoring a IPv6-Day collection. If you would like to participate by collecting and contributing DNS packet captures, please subscribe to the DITL mailing list.

Participation Requirements

There are no strict participation requirements.

Call for Nominees - 2010 OARC Board of Directors

Now that we have venue and accommodations confirmed for our Fall Workshop in Denver, our attention switches to the AGM and the elections for the Board of Directors. DNS-OARC has two seats on the board which are up for election this year. We are looking for nominations for candidates willing to serve a two-year term on the Board and contribute to the continued growth of OARC. The Board meets monthly, by teleconference, to review DNS-OARC operations.

Presentations and Notes from the 2nd Global Annual Symposium on DNS Security, Stability and Resiliency

On Monday, February 1, 2010, DNS-OARC organized a few presentations at the start of the 2nd Global Annual Symposium on DNS Security, Stability and Resiliency

Presentations and Notes

13:15: Introduction to DNS-OARC Roy Arends / DNS-OARC
 
13:25: Investigating anomalous DNS traffic: A proposal for an address reputation system Sebastian Castro / .NZ Registry Services
Q&A Willingness of operators to cooperate?