Inquiry re: DNS over HTTPS

John W. Blue at
Mon Nov 4 18:53:26 UTC 2019

Additionally, Tony Finch back on July 11th of this year suggested:

To give DoH access to clients you need a proxy such as dnsdist or doh101.


From: bind-users [mailto:bind-users-bounces at] On Behalf Of Victoria Risk
Sent: Monday, November 04, 2019 12:45 PM
To: LeBlanc, Daniel James; ML BIND Users (bind-users at
Subject: Re: Inquiry re: DNS over HTTPS

On Nov 4, 2019, at 10:38 AM, LeBlanc, Daniel James <daniel.leblanc at<mailto:daniel.leblanc at>> wrote:

Hello All.

I am interested in whether ISC BIND intends to directly support DNS over HTTPS in the near future, or whether it is expected that users will create an environment to accept the HTTPS request and convert it into a DNS query.


We do plan to develop support for both DoH and DoT (DNS over TLS) natively in BIND. Both will appear in development releases in 2020. We have a kb article that explains one way to do DoT today with stunnel

Vicky Risk
Product Manager

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