Re: [Driu] Proposed agenda

Tom Pusateri <> Wed, 20 June 2018 16:18 UTC

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> On Jun 20, 2018, at 12:06 PM, Paul Hoffman <> wrote:
> Greetings. Even though the discussion here has been less vigorous than I expected, there is clearly some interest in the topics. I suspect when we get a bunch of people in the room, the mic lines might engender more interest in specific topics.
> Also, I'm volunteering folks who might not be attending the meeting. If you are interested in preparing a presentation but are not going to be at the meeting, getting someone else to present is just fine.
> We have 90 minutes. I propose the following, but am totally open to other suggestions. In particular, if someone has a draft or even a partially-formed idea about topics related to DNS resolver identification and use, please speak up now so we can give scheduled time instead of open mic time. Some areas I suspect people may have ideas are:
> - DNS resolver choice in protocols other than DHCP
> - DHCP configuration for protocols other than DNS that have multiple transports (maybe SMTP?)
> - Fallbacks from secure to non-secure where there is no user interface for warnings
> Intro to the topics: 15 mins (Paul Hoffman)
> DHCPv6 Options for private DNS Discovery: 15 mins (Tom Pusateri and Willem Toorop)
> Levels of security and privacy for different resolver transports: 15 mins (Sara Dickinson)
> Open mic (remainder of time)
> With the current agenda, we are just before the last DNSOP meeting, so we will hopefully have a good turnout of DNS folks. I hope we also get a good turnout of folks who think about configuration as well.

I expect much of the discussion of DHCP to get bogged down in the threat analysis of providing secure DNS configuration over DHCP. I think this would be better served by creating a separate agenda item for discussion. As mentioned before, I have written a threat document here but continue to work on it. <>