A couple of replies in this thread have disappeared since yesterday.
Liz replied that Engineering has no plans to support DNSSEC.
I expressed dissappointment, and posted a followup question.
As I outlined previously, I use a firewall between my local machines and HughesNet (doesn't / shouldn't everyone?). The firewall solution I employ is successfully deployed on thousands of networks by companies and individuals. A recent update now uses "unbound" (https://unbound.net), and is configured to force DNSSEC validation from upstream resolvers (a good idea, in this day and age).
Unfortunately, HughesNet *apparently* caches/spoofs/mangles port 53 traffic, breaking DNSSEC if a user attempts to use DNSSEC from a validating server (say, 184.108.40.206 or 220.127.116.11, or many other servers at other addresses).
My current question is "Will HughesNet cease breaking DNSSEC validation traffic to outside servers?"
Just so that you, and other users don't think the posts had been deleted, Liz posted the other day that they had "locked" the forum database and was in the process of moving all posts made upto that time to this community, and any new posts afterwards would not be moved... Seems her topic about it, was also left behind.
The post said that anything posted after 5 pm on Tuesday would not make it to the new community. ETA: Liz had also clarified that some posts might be copied over manually, so some things posted to the old community after Tuesday at 5 pm may have been transferred manually, but not everything.
Thank you for recapping the exchange from the legacy community that didn't make it here. I did send your followup question back and await a reply. I noticed another engineer was added to the e-mail chain. I'll keep you updated.
Good morning, thank you for the ping. I was waiting on clarification on some answers I received, but realized I never got any. I've pinged the engineers back.