"DNS Experiment Concludes", another classic from the year 2001

I long believed that I'd destroyed all copies of this, but a friend had it in hard copy and scanned it in. I think 13 years is long enough. Think of this as the unpublished conclusion from my Ph.D thesis.

Note, Paul Mockapetris wrote none of this, I had his name on it as part of the joke. Paul M convinced me not to submit this as an April 1 RFC that year, in fact.


Response Rate Limiting in the Domain Name System (DNS RRL)

This page describes DNS Response Rate Limiting (DNS RRL) which is an advanced pre-standard feature for domain name servers including CZ-NIC Knot DNS, NLNetLabs NSD, and ISC BIND9.


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