[homenet] Simple Naming and DNS Privacy

"Border, John" <John.Border@hughes.com> Fri, 23 March 2018 09:54 UTC

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From: "Border, John" <John.Border@hughes.com>
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Subject: [homenet] Simple Naming and DNS Privacy
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     Does the simple naming architecture need to deal with DNS privacy using port 853?  Subject to the success of the security boundaries, the home network can be considered as already being private to some extent.  But, my devices are mobile and will move in and out of the home network and may have DNS privacy use enabled for outside use.


John