[Yeti DNS Discuss] more test traffic
lvrfrc87 at gmail.com
Tue Jan 19 08:15:52 UTC 2016
As far as I m concern, I have 3 DNS resolver in production used by 700
customer in ISP in Italy. Unfortunatelly i have IPv6 just in one of this.
I haven t found yet time to move the open resolver under yeti but know it
this the right time :)
When I ll have finish, I ll be happy to share with you the IP addr and you
can fell free to share/use it. Also I have tons of graphs were you can get
access a monitor it.
Let me know if it suitable for you
On 19 Jan 2016 07:59, "Daniel Stirnimann" <daniel.stirnimann at switch.ch>
> Hi Shane
> What exactly is the BUPT approach? SWITCH is operating the Swiss NREN.
> We could setup an opt-in wireless SSID that relies on Yeti for root
> services as well. However, I wonder if that approach is for our guest
> wireless network only or if you talk about all wireless access points at
> all universities. The later seems very hard to do as we don't manage
> them our self.
> If you talk about Géant, do you envision something like eduroam
> (https://www.eduroam.org/) for Yeti?
> On 18.01.16 19:54, Shane Kerr wrote:
> > Paul & all,
> > On 2016-01-17 15:43:00-0800 (Sunday)
> > Paul Vixie <vixie at tisf.net> wrote:
> >> the yeti project's traffic load is still very light. we're seeing
> >> test traffic from the cznic lab and a few other places, but not
> >> enough real traffic. several of us have switched our home or laptop
> >> resolvers to use the yeti hints and keys, because we're
> >> outage-tolerant.
> >> where can we find more outage-tolerant live real traffic?
> >> (note, i thought of forking the yeti server base into a
> >> outage-intolerant set and an outage-tolerant set, but the yeti
> >> coordinators wisely decided that this sounded too non-experimental
> >> and that we must continue to avoid any path that looks like
> >> outage-intolerant production level operations. so, i withdrew the
> >> suggestion.)
> > I'm going to be visiting the SURFnet office next week and will discuss
> > replicating the BUPT approach for some Dutch academic campuses among
> > other topics. (This approach is using an opt-in wireless SSID that
> > relies on Yeti for DNS root services.)
> > If that works, I know people at HEAnet and Nordunet that I might be
> > able to convince. If we think big, we can even try working through
> > Géant. :)
> > Cheers,
> > --
> > Shane
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