DNS Lameness Statistics from RIPE NCC

From the RIPE DNS Lameness Statistics site:

The RIPE NCC runs a lameness check once a month on all DNS servers listed as delegation points within the RIPE NCC delegated zones. If a server fails this test, the test will be retried five times over a period of ten days, at varying times of day. If, after ten days, the server continues to fail the test, it is classed as lame.

Related document: RIPE-400

[via dns-wg]

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