[Dnsmasq-discuss] Feature request: block certain domain's A/AAAA/MX record

喵喵 ierwinplus at gmail.com
Tue Nov 25 11:01:42 GMT 2014

Thanks for your advice. Clients including Windows PC, Mac, Android Phone,
iPhone etc. Not every device are mine so it's impossible to config on every
On Nov 25, 2014 6:42 PM, "klondike" <klondike at klondike.es> wrote:

> El 25/11/14 03:13, 喵喵 escribió:
> > 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.
> > Thanks for your time, have a good day.
> Just set the preferences on your client computer. On linux using glibc
> this is done in the gai.conf file
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