[Yeti DNS Discuss] more test traffic
shane at biigroup.cn
Tue Jan 19 17:46:17 UTC 2016
I wasn't involved with the project, but this is my understanding.
BII has worked with one of the local universities in Beijing, and set
up WiFi in some buildings there that use Yeti. These are used mostly by
students during classes, and have alternate WiFi if necessary. So it
meets the requirements of not being very important traffic and having
an easy failover if it doesn't work.
We (BII) will document this a little more clearly in a couple weeks so
that we can make it a bit more transparent and hopefully
On 2016-01-19 08:59:26+0100 (Tuesday)
Daniel Stirnimann <daniel.stirnimann at switch.ch> wrote:
> 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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