AW: AW: Deprecating auto-dnssec and inline-signing in 9.18+
klaus.darilion at nic.at
Tue Aug 10 13:28:00 UTC 2021
> On 10-08-2021 13:38, Klaus Darilion wrote:
> > Hi Matthijs!
> >> We would like to encourage you to change your configurations to
> >> 'dnssec-policy'. See this KB article for migration help:
> >> https://kb.isc.org/docs/dnssec-key-and-signing-policy
> > Some comments to this KB article and dnssec-policy:
> > - The article should mention how to retrieve the DS record from
> > Bind.
> I am not sure what you are asking. Do you mean how to convert the DS
> from the DNSKEY record so you can submit it to the registrar?
Yes. By reading this KB I do not know how the user will be informed which DS (or DNSKEY) must be submitted to the parent zone. I know you to convert a DNSKEY to DS, but IMO the KB is very good but missest hat point.
> > - How does Bind handle duplicate keyids when generating new keys?
> > Will Bind ensure that there will not be any duplicate key ideas or
> > will it just use the duplicate keys? In the latter case the " rndc
> > dnssec -checkds -key 12345 ..." commands will be ambiguous. (From an
> > user perspective duplicate keyids should be avoided)
> BIND will check for key id collision. When a conflict (for the same
> algorithm) is detected a new key will be generated.
Thanks for the info, could be mentioned somewhere
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