[AfrICANN-discuss] Fwd: [AFRI-Discuss] Call for topics: Joint AFRALO-AfrICANN meeting for ICANN67
calvin at orange-tree.alt.za
Tue Jan 21 08:21:12 UTC 2020
On 2020/01/21 09:34, Dr Eberhard W Lisse wrote:
> I really like it when we can put facts and/or figures in to the debate.
> And such data lends itself, especially when run through something like R
> to a presentation at TechDay :-)-O
> What's the Y Axis? Doesn't have a label or scale :-)-O
The Y Axiz label is queries per second, and it's linear. Purposely left
it off as it's an average across NS's and parts of NS instances (ie
But it is good enough (IMO) to answer the question of "what % of queries
hitting mostly co.za Auth servers has the do bit set, indicating that
the question asker is indicating they're DNSSEC aware".
As to if the question askers are actually geared up to do the correct
thing with answers is a whole other discussion ;-)
> On 21/01/2020 08:33, Calvin Browne wrote:
>> On 2020/01/10 15:55, Dr Eberhard W Lisse wrote:
>>> 50% lookups is actually almost worth than zero :-)-).
>>> And how many of those hit infrastructure actually in South Africa?
>>> Does the figure include the public ones from Google and Cloudflare?
>> if you're going to argue about figures, here are some actuals hitting
>> mainly co.za auth infrastructure, attached.
>> This is an analysis of queries wrt to do_bit, stacked (ie both lines
>> add up to 100% of queries).
>> Yellow is with do bit (ie the resolver says I can handle DNSSEC), the
>> green without.
>> Lots of green stuff is not "legit" traffic, ie data miners etc.
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