Talk:Features/DNSSEC

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== Fedora 9 and Fedora 10 ==
 
== Fedora 9 and Fedora 10 ==
  
I have a Fedora 9 server running named with DNSSEC enabled for both Internet and my local DNS names. I've been running this way for a month now with no ill side effects. Is there anything I can do for this feature, or must I be running rawhide? :( --[[User:Mooninite|Mooninite]] 04:57, 26 February 2009 (UTC)
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I have a Fedora 9 server running named (bind) with DNSSEC enabled for both Internet and my local DNS names for Fedora 10 clients. I've been running this way for a month now with no ill side effects. Is there anything I can do for this feature, or must I be running rawhide? :( --[[User:Mooninite|Mooninite]] 04:57, 26 February 2009 (UTC)

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Can you coordinate with other dns server packages in fedora to support this if they support dnssec? In particular: pdns and maradns are both packaged.

How does this affect dnsmasq? Does it handle dnssec ok? libvirt makes heavy use of it.

- User:kevin

dnsmasq forwards all the dnssec data, but it does not support to verify it. Afaik it is also not possible to enable dnssec for hostnames that are configured in /etc/hosts or in the dnsmasq config file. --Till 10:33, 11 December 2008 (UTC)

I think that "invulnerable" is a little too strong and that it should say something like "greatly hardened"

- User:Ausil

Is it already planned to get (part of) Fedora Infrastructure to use DNSSEC? This would be a nice thing to do. :-) --Till 00:24, 17 December 2008 (UTC)

It would certainly be nice to have the Fedora domains DNSSEC signed. There's a tool called zkt http://www.hznet.de/dns/zkt/ that's useful for maintaining DNSSEC signed domains. JeffOllie

Fedora 9 and Fedora 10

I have a Fedora 9 server running named (bind) with DNSSEC enabled for both Internet and my local DNS names for Fedora 10 clients. I've been running this way for a month now with no ill side effects. Is there anything I can do for this feature, or must I be running rawhide? :( --Mooninite 04:57, 26 February 2009 (UTC)