Different forwarder for certain response ip (result ip )

Paul Kosinski bind at iment.com
Sun Sep 17 02:35:45 UTC 2017

Maybe he has no say in what ISP is used, and they have draconian policies...

On Sat, 16 Sep 2017 19:48:51 +0200
Matus UHLAR - fantomas <uhlar at fantomas.sk> wrote:

> . . .
> >Note: is not what they really return . I've changed it for
> >privacy .
> why? it's your ISP, there's no need to hide IP they send to you...
> it's not your privacy, is it?
> >But it is one fixed ip address which returns in case of manipulation
> >occurs
> I think you could translate that IP to NXDOMAIN using RPZ.
> btw, dnsmasq has "bogus-nxdomain" option for this. When you forward
> togoogle, you could use dnsmasq as well.

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