Re: [DNSOP] Draft for dynamic discovery of secure resolvers

Paul Vixie <paul@redbarn.org> Tue, 21 August 2018 01:59 UTC

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Paul Ebersman wrote:
> pusateri>  Another point I remember most clearly is that DHCP has fallen
> pusateri>  out of favor for communicating all but the most minimal
> pusateri>  network bootstrap configuration information. There was general
> pusateri>  agreement in the room that you only should use DHCP in IPv4
> pusateri>  for address/router info and then use trusted sources for
> pusateri>  everything else. In IPv6, SLAAC generally provides this.
>
> That may be the consensus at the IETF but it's not even close the
> consensus with ISPs, nor large enterprise. That seems to cover most of
> the eyeball/consumer... DHCP is still how much of the world gets
> connected and that hasn't changed in decades.

+1.

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P Vixie