TIME CHANGE: meeting announcement: 2 October 2008
James M Galvin
galvin at elistx.com
Mon Sep 22 12:17:11 EDT 2008
This meeting will be held at the SPECIAL TIME of 2 October 2008 at:
0700 Los Angeles, San Francisco
0800 Salt Lake City
0000 Melbourne (the next day)
The usual teleconference logistics are as follows. These do not
change. You will hear music until the moderator joins.
USA Toll Free Number: +1 888-221-7341
USA Toll Number: +1 973-935-2305
Conference Code: 599 786 #
Separately a list of toll-free and local numbers for around the
world will be distributed.
Leader: James Galvin
employed by ICANN if speaking to an operator
Jabber: dnssec-deployment at conference.jabber.org
This is a public room.
If your phone does not have a mute capability you can use "*6"
to mute and "#6" to unmute your connection.
A SIP bridge is available if we need or want to use it. Please
let me know if you want it to be available. I will provide
identifiers and make sure it is included on the teleconference
* DNSSEC Appliance Compatibility Test Results
Ray Bellis of Nominet and Lisa Phifer of Core Competence carried
out detailed testing of two dozen routers and firewalls to
determine compatibility with DNSSEC in the home and small business
environment. The results showed only a quarter of the units tested
operated flawlessly out of the box without configuration. Another
38% were configurable to work correctly as pass-through devices.
These results suggest end users will need to exercise some care in
choosing DNSSEC-compatible devices and vendors will need to pay some
attention to future versions of their firmware.
In this call, Ray and Lisa will present their methodology and
results, and then everyone will be invited to ask detailed questions.
A PDF of the results is attached.
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