Hi Paul, On 4/12/18 11:56 AM, Paul Hoffman wrote: > Greetings. RFC 4501 defines the dns: URI scheme. You can specify a host > and port number, but the assumption is that you are running DNS. Thus, > dns://220.127.116.11:853/example.com?TYPE=A does not mean "use DNS over TLS". > > I'm thinking of proposing a dnss: scheme for "DNS over TLS", akin to > https: for "HTTP over TLS". Does anyone have any objection to me > starting this work? Or has anyone already started it but not moved it > forward in the process?
Erik Kline posted about this about a month ago on this list. In general, I think this appears to have some interest behind it. Regards, Brian
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