DNSSEC ISSUE (Msg: Request is not signed)
Mark_Andrews at isc.org
Mon Jul 16 06:48:36 UTC 2007
> On Sat, 14 Jul 2007, Mark Andrews wrote:
> > Auth servers don't have to set "ad" when responding. Named does
> > no crypto validation when answering from authoritative data.
> > Workarounds are to use a recursion-only view.
> Which is exactly what I do; my authoratative nameservers have a
> non-authoratative, resolving view listening on the loopback interface
> that does do the crypto validatation so that OpenSSH can get validated
> I'm curious as to why this is set up this way, though. Wouldn't it make
> sense that authoratative servers, when loading or fetching the zone
> file, validate the data when loaded and then return responses with the
> AD bit set?
Try that with a very large zone :-)
It may be possible to do just in time validation. We
do this for pending NS RRsets when returning answers
from the cache.
BIND 9.4 needs both dnssec-enable yes; and dnssec-validate yes;.
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