[Dnsmasq-discuss] What IP to use for ad/track blocking?

Gabriel jarod125 at gmail.com
Tue Feb 11 22:46:24 GMT 2014

I haven't tried it, but maybe will do the trick.
On Feb 11, 2014 4:40 PM, "Chris Green" <cl at isbd.net> wrote:

> I have a few entries in my dnsmasq.conf file to block some tracking
> sites, as follows:-
>     address=/www.addthis.com/
>     address=/googlesyndication.com/
>     address=/google-analytics.com/
>     address=/googleadservices.com/
>     address=/doubleclick.net/
>     address=/finder.cox.net/
> However this means that my web server gets the hits instead if the
> requests are HTTP ones.  I.e. if I enter www.addthis.com into the
> Firefox address it takes me to my local web server's root page.
> Is there any IP I can put there which will prevent this - i.e. which
> is a sort of 'do nothing' IP?  I've tried but that takes me to
> the local page in exactly the same way as
> --
> Chris Green
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