On 2/8/2019 5:03 PM, Seth Mattinen wrote:
> It doesn't like that:
My bad, that was unclear of me, I meant the function in general, not the
> [...] but the purist in me wants it to only listen on 853.
Hooray for purism. But I don't think that is possible. You could use
192.0.2.1, which at least is unequivocally no in use, but then using an
explicit example IP 'for real' isn't very pure, either.
Does anything speak against letting dnsdist handle normal DNS traffic as
well as DoT? The only difference, configuration-wise, would be changing
pdns to only bind to localhost, and you'd get dnsdist caching/rate
limiting/whatever into the bargain.
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