[Driu] How to describe various flavors of DNS resolvers

Paul Hoffman <paul.hoffman@icann.org> Sat, 12 May 2018 22:30 UTC

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Subject: [Driu] How to describe various flavors of DNS resolvers
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Greetings. This mailing list has many purposes, but a (hopefully easy) one is: how should DNS-over-TLS be described in protocols like DHCP? Should there be a separate DHCP option for naming DNS-over-TLS servers to the DHCP client? If not, how should clients upgrade from DNS-over-53 to DNS-over-TLS?

And: who wants to write the Internet Draft for this?

--Paul Hoffman