Experimenting at the Root – The Yeti-DNS project.

Yeti-DNS is an international research project with the purpose of testing new technologies and procedures in running the Internet root zone. The project runs tests on DNSSEC key rollovers in the root, as well as experimenting with new ways to manage the DNSSEC keys (multiple zone signing keys).

An interview with Shane Kerr, a coordinator for the Yeti-DNS project, forms part of this webinar. The interview sheds light on the technical and political aspects of the project and introduces the latest results from experiments.

The webinar also includes a tutorial on how to use the Yeti-DNS root name servers to configure a BIND 9 DNS resolver in order to take part in the project.