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A very good new feature would be a check on the validity of DNSsec signatures of NS, MX en SOA records.
Further, the recommended SOA expiry parameter must be much smaller for DNSsec domains. Recommended values are between 1/3 and 1/4 of the signature validity period, to prevent expired signatures in secondary name servers when zone transfers fail for some period.

Fred Zwarts @ 2012-06-20 14:35:10

RE:DNSsec

We experienced a scbtaek during testing since our test server causes PowerDNS to segfault for an unknown reason, but it works on other servers similar to the production DNS servers. Based on the documentation there shouldn't be any issues with how we're currently running since we won't be enabling DNSSEC yet (which requires significant changes).We'll probably schedule the upgrade to PowerDNS 3.0 for next weekend.

Rengga @ 2012-07-27 10:08:43 #382378

RE:DNSsec

kGht38 , [url=http://fvskxakusats.com/]fvskxakusats[/url], [link=http://yzruagewedia.com/]yzruagewedia[/link], http://gzbdsivtkuek.com/

nnzjrdqgcz @ 2012-07-28 12:36:32 #382380

RE:DNSsec

5F9RoP , [url=http://fmlbbyxiuiix.com/]fmlbbyxiuiix[/url], [link=http://ehpdmtchkghu.com/]ehpdmtchkghu[/link], http://irfexrkcatyi.com/

bdnjwrudy @ 2012-07-30 07:50:53 #382381

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