[Pdns-users] Pdns-users Digest, Vol 111, Issue 16
kprprl at gmail.com
Fri Apr 13 11:25:10 UTC 2012
Thanks a lot for the valuable input.
So i think am close to wrap up my installation with 9 nodes in the cluster
Can you please also update me about
how to set NSEC3 narrow settings for a secured zone and how to do the same
in NSEC3 inclusive mode.
And as Jose said in the very first reply,Can you please confirm me that do
i have to perform a key rollover if i make any changes in a secure zone or
PDNS manages that part automatically.
Info would of great help in my setup.
Really appreciated your's and jose input on my queries
Thanks a lot
> 2-When it is advised to roll over the keys in DNSSEC secured zones.DO i
have to roll over the keys each time when i make changes to a secured zone
data(like changing A records or Mx Records) or it will be automatically
taken care by PDNS.Please elaborate this key roll over mechanism,a lot of
confusion is there..
Taken from the manual:
"PowerDNS supports serving pre-signed zones, as well as online
('live') signed operations. In the last case, Signature Rollover and
Key Maintenance are fully managed by PowerDNS."
When you add / remove records, you need to call 'pdnssec rectify-zone
example.com' to make sure that the records orders are set properly.
This is important to use NSEC, that need the record before and after
to give a signed denial of existence. As far I remember, the field
content is not use in NSEC, so you can change this at will.
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> On Apr 13, 2012, at 10:37 , PARTH MONGA wrote:
> > That for sure i will go with NSEC3 but whom to actually hit
> > NSEC3-inclusive or NSEC3-narrow
> > Please advice as not able to figure the difference between both NSEC3
> Benefits of narrow mode:
> - order name field does not matter (auth field still does)
> - no brute forcing calculation of names in your zones
> Downsides of narrow mode:
> - you cannot have AXFR slaves, all slaves need to be NATIVE (which would
> work for you)
> Benefits of inclusive mode:
> - behaviour is closer to what other name servers do, easier to understand
> when you get a DNSSEC expert to debug something
> - receives more testing than narrow
> Kind regards,
> Peter van Dijk
> Netherlabs Computer Consulting BV - http://www.netherlabs.nl/
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