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Kurt Kayser - 20-05-2022 08:44:54
Good morning, fellow Internet citizens

Marek Barczyk - 20-05-2022 08:44:56
Good morning everyone :D

Elvis Daniel Velea - 20-05-2022 08:49:54
good morning in this last RIPE84 day

Kurt Kayser - 20-05-2022 08:53:55
maybe a little weather warning to all people that need to travel home today. Later in the afternoon there seems to be heading bad weather into the Berlin metro area...

Brett Carr - 20-05-2022 08:55:39
Morning everyone

Brett Carr - 20-05-2022 08:55:55
The birds don't sound like they went to the RIPE Dinner last night

Michela Galante - 20-05-2022 09:01:03
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Elvis Daniel Velea - 20-05-2022 09:11:31
is meetecho crashing for anyone else?

Brett Carr - 20-05-2022 09:11:43
its fine here

Marco Schmidt - 20-05-2022 09:13:51
@elvis the issue seems to exist for some attendees, IT was made aware

Elvis Daniel Velea - 20-05-2022 09:15:53
for me ...this time... it was Starlink going down for a couple of minutes.

Kurt Kayser - 20-05-2022 09:16:53
Starlink? I thought DTAG is sponsor of connectivity?

Elvis Daniel Velea - 20-05-2022 09:17:24
I'm watching from home :)

Peter Hessler - 20-05-2022 09:17:28
as good as our sponsors are, they are unable to provide services to you at home :)

Kurt Kayser - 20-05-2022 09:17:42
true, wrong end. sorry.

Ruben van Staveren - 20-05-2022 09:26:38
no problems here

Kurt Kayser - 20-05-2022 09:29:38
@NCC maybe a little weather warning to all people that need to travel home today. Later in the afternoon there seems to be heading bad weather into the Berlin metro area... https://www.dwd.de/DE/wetter/warnungen_gemeinden/warnWetter_node.html

Michela Galante - 20-05-2022 09:32:34
@Kurt I passed on the message to the organisers

Peter Hessler - 20-05-2022 09:32:59
@Kurt I'll mention it briefly during the last Q&A for this session

Kurt Kayser - 20-05-2022 09:33:22
thanks

christian bretterhofer - 20-05-2022 09:54:52
https://crt.sh/?id=6439678461 online.vtu.ru seems to be used now from GlobalSign RSA OV SSL CA 2018

christian bretterhofer - 20-05-2022 09:55:31
https://crt.sh/?id=5828347935 before march 29

christian bretterhofer - 20-05-2022 09:55:44
from Thawte RSA CA 2018

Kurt Kayser - 20-05-2022 09:59:00
happy eyeballs don't care about revocation. It's about SPEED

Daniel Mahoney - 20-05-2022 10:04:44
...if this were the case, we wouldn't be seeing this presentation.

Michael Richardson - 20-05-2022 10:08:40
I thought chrome/google did OCSP stapling.

Kurt Kayser - 20-05-2022 10:08:46
I imaginge how much OCSP traffic a CA-operator must handle, if all clients would query them!

Michael Richardson - 20-05-2022 10:09:18
I don't have a clue how to setup to pull staples, but I assumed banked do.

Marco d'Itri - 20-05-2022 10:11:59
enabling OCSP stapling is really trivial, but the exact details (how to store the certificates, what needs to be configured) change from server to server

Ruben van Staveren - 20-05-2022 10:14:47
for HAProxy it is cumbersome whereas nginx will do it inline...

christian bretterhofer - 20-05-2022 10:15:43
OCSP stapling is supported on

Apache HTTP Server (>=2.3.3)
Nginx (>=1.3.7)

Daniel Mahoney - 20-05-2022 10:18:32
Apache's mod_md is...kind of awesome for this, if you're one of those gray-beards still running apache.

Kurt Kayser - 20-05-2022 10:19:48
for node.js: https://www.example-code.com/nodejs/ocsp_certificate_validation.asp

christian bretterhofer - 20-05-2022 10:20:21
https://news.netcraft.com/archives/category/web-server-survey/ 23% apache 31% nginx

Ruben van Staveren - 20-05-2022 10:21:43
No talk from Geoff not mentioning DNS eh o/

Guillaume-Jean Herbiet - 20-05-2022 10:22:41
I've seen this coming from like 10 mins... :wink:

Michael Richardson - 20-05-2022 10:22:42
Been wanting to do this for decades... since RFC4025 and RFC4322....

Kurt Kayser - 20-05-2022 10:23:10
it's true. DNS is the motor oil which keeps the Internet-engine running

Guillaume-Jean Herbiet - 20-05-2022 10:23:38
@Kurt : can I quote this in future DNS talks?

Kurt Kayser - 20-05-2022 10:23:44
sure.

Ruben van Staveren - 20-05-2022 10:23:54
:clap:

Brett Carr - 20-05-2022 10:24:09
That was presentation of the week for me :)

Kurt Kayser - 20-05-2022 10:24:35
thank you very much. This topic was much overdue for a very long time. I always assumed there is a problem, but to check it out this deep, is very valuable.

Guillaume-Jean Herbiet - 20-05-2022 10:27:43
What is the RFC number mentioned by Geoff?

Michael Richardson - 20-05-2022 10:27:51
7091?

Brett Carr - 20-05-2022 10:27:58
7901

Cyrille Maechler - 20-05-2022 10:28:02
7901 ?

Brett Carr - 20-05-2022 10:28:15
CHAIN Query Requests in DNS

Guillaume-Jean Herbiet - 20-05-2022 10:28:48
@Brett: 7901, then. Thanks.

Michela Galante - 20-05-2022 10:29:52
This session has now ended. The next session is the Closing Plenary and it will start at 11.00. More info on the RIPE 84 meeting plan: https://ripe84.ripe.net/programme/meeting-plan/