Parent-side authoritative DNS records for enhanced delegation
draft-peetterr-dnsop-parent-side-auth-types-00

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Authors Peter van Dijk  , Petr Špaček 
Last updated 2021-03-28 (latest revision 2020-09-24)
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Abstract

A DNS RRtype numeric range that behaves like DS is reserved. This means: being authoritative on the parent side of a delegation; being signed by the parent; being provided along with delegations by the parent. If this document had become an RFC five years ago, deploying new types (along the lines of NS2/NS2T, DSPKI or various other imagined things like DNS ('signed delegation NS')) would be easier to deploy and experiment with today.

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Peter van Dijk (peter.van.dijk@powerdns.com)
Petr Špaček (petr.spacek@nic.cz)

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