[Dnssec-deployment] dealing with broken TLD name servers
kim.davies at icann.org
Thu Jul 1 17:12:26 EDT 2010
On Jul 1, 2010, at 2:02 PM, Jay Daley wrote:
> One thing that has never occurred to me to ask before - does IANA have a notification system to inform TLDs of brokenness? If not, then why not?
We have something basically ready to roll, that monitors for all the standard attributes IANA check for when changes are performed. We have been waiting for our root zone workflow automation project to be complete before we launch it to send automatic notifications.
In the mean time, when we run the tests internally, when we identify more serious brokenness we try to open up dialogue with the TLD on a one-on-one basis. Generally it gets resolves quickly, with the few chronic exceptions due to the fact we can't identify responsible people in the country that are in a position to fix the problem (i.e. the IANA contacts are all out of date).
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