[Dnsmasq-discuss] Feature request: block certain domain's A/AAAA/MX record
ierwinplus at gmail.com
Tue Nov 25 09:50:18 GMT 2014
Thanks for your reply.
As you may already know, our government has blocked many websites,
including Google, YouTube and Facebook (see:
tunnelbroker to gain IPv6 connectivity is a easy way to bypass such
restrictions. The problem I mention above is such small side effect. If
dnsmasq can introduce this feature that will certainly helps me.
2014-11-25 17:40 GMT+08:00 samlt <samuel.lethiec at intelunix.fr>:
> On Tue, 2014-11-25 at 10:13 +0800, 喵喵 wrote:
> Hello there,
> First of all, sorry for my improving English.
> I'd like to request a feature that user can block a certain domain's
> A/AAAA/MX record.
> I am using tomato firmware with dnsmasq built in. Since I live in China
> and I use HE.net's free IPv6 tunnelbroker to gain IPv6 internet
> connectivity. But there's a problem, when I visit a site in China which has
> IPv4/v6 dual stack, browsers and other apps will try to connect via IPv6
> first, that will be much slower than using IPv4. So if you guys can
> introduce a feature that block a certain domain's AAAA record, that will be
> very helpful for me.
> Quick question then: what would be the point of using an IPv6 tunnelbroker
> Thanks for your time, have a good day.
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