DNS Queries Using API - BIND9

Blason R blason16 at gmail.com
Mon May 11 06:43:18 UTC 2020

I can do that - But

   1. How can I control unauthorized use?
   2. Since one its populated over Internet it can be used by any one right?
   3. Plus from user end they can change the DNS to avoid protection.

On Mon, May 11, 2020 at 11:01 AM Reindl Harald <h.reindl at thelounge.net>

> Am 11.05.20 um 06:14 schrieb Blason R:
> > I am seeking solution for our below problem and wanted to know if any
> > open source option can help us here?
> > We have our internal DNS RPZ firewall built on BIND9. Due to the current
> > situation since all users are working from home we are not able to route
> > their queries to internal DNS servers. Well, when they are on VPN
> > definitely queries are then passed through internal DNS server but they
> > left open when not connected to VPN.
> >
> > Is there any solution using -
> >
> >   * API by which we can route the queries for user who are on Internet
> >   * Or any client utility which can be installed on user's
> >     desktop/laptop where we can embed our BIND RPZ server and then route
> >     the queries to internal one using NAT?
> >   * Or any other alternative community can suggest?
> when you are in the position to use something like this you can also
> tell your users they have to configure their machines for using a public
> dns you are hosting and you are done
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