On Mon, Apr 09, 2018 at 10:01:21AM +0200, Martin Sehnoutka wrote:
> > Restarted Firefox and then also the whole laptop. Doesn't work. But
> > then I'm in Fedora 28 so it may be a bug. Anyway, getting this to work
> > for me isn't really the point of the thread. I'm wondering about
> > something that works out of the box for everyone, what that looks
> > like, and it seems like dnscrypt-proxy 2 can support either DNSSEC or
> > DNS-over-HTTP.
> I've been playing with dnssec-trigger for a while and I would not enable
> it by default. If you have a single connection with ISP provided
> resolvers or public DNS, it is fine, but it gets harder to configure
> when you have multiple connections like Wi-Fi and corporate or
> university VPNs where each provides some forward zones and needs reverse
> zones for correct behavior.

Same here, I' cusious if anyone has been able to get it working
properly? In best case, has someone written about it?

I'm fiddling around with adding/removing unbound forwards depending on
connected networks here and there, but it's still quite hacky.

Matthias Runge <mru...@matthias-runge.de>
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