[ALAC] KSK Rollover on today's ALAC Agenda

Javier Rua javrua at gmail.com
Tue Mar 27 19:20:47 UTC 2018

Good summary of sense of ALAC.

Javier Rúa-Jovet

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From: Alan Greenberg
Sent: Tuesday, March 27, 2018 3:16 PM
Subject: [ALAC] KSK Rollover on today's ALAC Agenda

Here is my last try at summarizing things.

What is wrong or missing?


What I am hearing (extrapolated) is: 
• Our community understands the need to roll the KSK but is divided on which path to follow at this point. 
• We want an intense awareness campaign including targetting ISPs, Telcos, Major industries. Use RIRs where they can identify potential DNS providers. 
• Information packet we can send to our community (ALSes, Individual Members) to get them to prompt their local ISPs or others and which can be similarly used by other constituencies within ICANN. 
• A holistic review of the situation (including a risk assessment of alternatives) in time for further discussion at ICANN62, including the then current state of whatever data is available and forecast of Sentinal availability. 
• We would like to better understand under what conditions a rollover date change is possible to avoid doing it at the end of a week. 

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