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[RFC 8375] Special-Use Domain ‘home.arpa.’

[RFC 8375] Questo documento specifica il comportamento atteso dal DNS relativamente alle richieste di nomi che terminano per ‘home.arpa.’ e riserva questo nome a dominio per usi speciali. ‘home.arpa.’  è fatto per un uso, non univoco, nelle…

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Posted in FreeBSD How to

How to setup a DNSViz looking glass on FreeBSD 10.2

I’m sure you already know what DNSViz is, but for those two or three of you over there who still don’t, here is a summary: “DNSViz is a tool for visualizing the status of a…

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Posted in ISP

“Il costo di DNSSEC” di Geoff Huston

Propongo, con il permesso dell’autore, la mia versione dall’inglese di questo interessante articolo di Geoff Huston apparso nel mese di agosto 2014 su The ISP column dal titolo “The Cost of DNSSEC“. Ti occupi di DNS e non hai ancora…

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Posted in Innovazione Pubblica Amministrazione

DNSSEC, unidentified flying object in the sky over italian Public Administration

Q: “Are you running DNSSEC?” A: “Pardon, what am I supposed to run?” Ok, DNNSEC (a set of extensions to DNS documented since 2005 by RFCs 4033, 4034, 4035) is not so widely adopted but…

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Posted in BSD FreeBSD How to

How to configure Unbound with DNSSEC validation on FreeBSD 9.0

Unbound is an implementation of a DNS resolver that does caching and DNSSEC validation. It’is written and maintained by NLnet Labs. It’s recursive and caching so if you need an authoritative DNS nameserver please consider using NSD and…

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Posted in BSD FreeBSD How to

How to run OpenDNSSEC with NSD on FreeBSD 9.0

Domain Name System Security Extensions (DNSSEC) is a set of extensions to DNS documented since 2005 by RFCs 4033, 4034, 4035. Today there are some additions to those extensions. DNSSEC adds an end to end…

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Posted in GNU/Linux How to Ubuntu

How to run NSD with DNSSEC on Ubuntu 11.10

Domain Name System Security Extensions (DNSSEC) is a set of extensions to DNS documented since 2005 by RFCs 4033, 4034, 4035. Today there are some additions to those extensions. DNSSEC adds an end to end…

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