DoH plugin for BIND
bind at eckner.net
Sat May 2 18:23:59 UTC 2020
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I assume, the (on-topic) discussion so far was about the serving part of
bind. (Correct me, if I'm wrong)
Will there be client-side DoT/DoH support in bind, too? E.g. will my
recursive (or forwarding) resolver be able to resolve upstream dns via
those? I don't see, how I could use a reverse proxy or stunnel to achieve
this, currently (assuming, the authoritative dns server supports DoT
and/or DoH, of course), because I would need one stunnel per upstream dns
server which I do not know in advance - right?
On Sat, 2 May 2020, John Levine wrote:
> In article <mailman.335.1588436727.942.bind-users at lists.isc.org> you write:
>> On Sat, 2 May 2020, Michael De Roover wrote:
>>> Even if your ISP allows it, chances are that other mail servers will
>>> reject it ...
>> My residential-class static IP mail server has never had problems
>> delivering mail. I've checked it many times over the years on many
>> blacklist checkers and never had anything but green lights.
> Your ISP is quite unusual. Count your blessings. The large cable
> providers in the US and Canada block outgoing port 25 on residential
> To whoever said that MUAs still default to port 25 submission, you
> must use different MUAs from the rest of us. All the ones I use
> default to 587 and 465.
> PS: What deoes this have to do with BIND?
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