[Doh] signalling client expectations and server capabilities

Jim Reid <jim@rfc1035.com> Sun, 02 June 2019 16:22 UTC

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Subject: [Doh] signalling client expectations and server capabilities
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> On 2 Jun 2019, at 16:54, Joe Abley <jabley@hopcount.ca>; wrote:
> 
> In the very general sense (ignoring protocol specifics relating to the DNS and HTTP) it feels like it might be handy to be able to specify a capabilities requirement with a query. Something like
> 
>  - I want an answer to the question PIR.ORG/IN/SOA with RD=1
>  - I want query minimisation and secure transport for recursive queries
>  - I want you to confirm explicitly that you understand the request for query minimisation

Hmmm. The add list might be a more appropriate place to discuss this. Or maybe dnsop. It’s not clear if these sorts of capabilities could/should be signalled in DoH or vanilla DNS.