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[public-dns-discuss] Re: Option to flush cache for CAA RR Type



It would be good to have this option since some CAs now only singe SSL certificates when the CAA record is valid. For example the German Telekom uses a CAA dig tool that uses the Google DNS servers by default. If you have a wrong CAA record and get advised to correct them the German Telekom will wait until the changes a present in the Google DNS, they use the Google DNS only and not the actual name server for the domain. So you have to wait for your SSL certificate until the Google DNS reflect the changes.



On Tuesday, January 2, 2018 at 4:34:50 PM UTC+1, bhush... AT gmail.com wrote:
Flush Cache tool (https://developers.google.com/speed/public-dns/cache) should have option to flush cache for CAA record type.
Sometimes it takes more than week to reflect CAA record. As more people are setting CAA records, It would be great if we have option to flush cache for CAA records.

SSL Labs also uses Google Public DNS and it also reflect the stale data for CAA.

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