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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. We expect our directors to actively contribute to the various ongoing, email based, discussions and provide oversight & feedback as needed.
Submitted by keith on Thu, 2015-07-30 18:35 categories [ ]
During the 2015 OARC Annual General Meeting we will be electing three seats on the OARC Board of Directors. The seats becoming available are doing so on the following basis:
Submitted by keith on Thu, 2015-07-30 18:17 categories [ ]
With the assistance of its members and friends (especially AFNIC, RIPE, Paul Vixie, Peter Koch and Paul Hoffman) DNS-OARC has assembled a historical archive of the DNS root zone dating back to June 1999. This Root Zone Archive is a part of our larger project, the Zone File Repository.
Root Zone Trends
The following graph shows trends in the contents of the root zone:
Submitted by admin on Tue, 2015-07-07 12:16 categories [ ]
What is DSC?
DSC is an application for collecting and analyzing statistics from busy DNS servers. The application may be run directly on a DNS node or may be run on a standalone system that is configured to "capture" bi-directional traffic for a DNS node. DSC captures statistics such as: query types, response codes, most-queried TLDs, popular names, IPv6 root abusers, query name lengths, reply lengths, and much more. These statistics can aid operators in tracking or analyzing a wide range of problems including: excessive queriers, misconfigured systems, DNS software bugs, traffic count (packets/bytes), and possibly routing problems.
Submitted by admin on Mon, 2015-07-06 19:11 categories [ ]
DSC (originally developed by The Measurement Factory and now developed by DNS-OARC) is a system for collecting and exploring statistics from busy DNS servers. It uses a distributed architecture with collectors running on or near nameservers sending their data to one or more central presenters for display and archiving. Collectors use pcap to sniff network traffic. They transmit aggregated data to the
dsc is configurable to allow the administrator to capture any kind of data that he or she chooses. A sample configuration is included that captures the following data:
Submitted by admin on Mon, 2015-05-11 18:37 categories [ ]
The Domain Name System Operations Analysis and Research Center (DNS-OARC) is a non-profit, membership organization that seeks to improve the security, stability, and understanding of the Internet's DNS infrastructure.
Submitted by dalini on Wed, 2015-04-01 08:14 categories [ ]
Submitted by keith on Fri, 2015-03-13 20:02 categories [ ]
DNSdump is a Perl script which capture and displays DNS mesages, much like tcpdump would, but purpose built. However, dnsdump does not currently support DNS over TCP.
DNSdump can be obtained from the Measurement Factory:
Submitted by admin on Fri, 2015-02-06 13:28 categories [ ]
One of OARC's functions is to collect and archive DNS-related data from its members. This data is available to members for research and operational use. Some of OARC's data is available through the secure member's portal. Other data is available via shell access from a read-only file server.
Members that require access to data must adhere to the guidelines outlined in the OARC Membership and Data Access Agreement.
Real-Time DSC Data
Submitted by admin on Thu, 2014-12-11 20:05 categories [ ]
The following candidates were re/elected to the OARC Board for 2-year terms:
OARC welcomes and congratulates the new Board members on their successful election.
We thank the unsuccessful and withdrawn candidates:
for their willingness to consider serving on OARC's Board.
We also want to express a special thanks to our outgoing Board members Antoin Verschuren and Matt Pounsett for their years of service and energetic contribution to OARC.
Submitted by keith@ on Mon, 2014-10-13 18:50 categories [ ]
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