On Tue, 18 May 2004, Paul Vixie wrote:
Paul, and other rootserveroperators (good scrabble word :), what would
your answer/problem/arguments/... be if an ISP would decide to inject
routes to the root-servers into their local network and point these
request to a local dns cache(s), which would have the correct routes to
the the global rootservers of course.
if someone injects 220.127.116.11 (or any route which covers it) anywhere
that a dns client will see it whose owner has not explicitly agreed to
have their f-root service modified in this way, and then modifies the
service (which means does something with the queries other than forward
them to an ISC-owned server) then we would of course file a lawsuit of
some kind, even if it meant opening an ISC office in some new place in
order to have "standing."
I suggest you check isp's in the asia pacific region. Standard practice
in some cases to intercept all dns including root traffic. So i'm sure F
is one of them.
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