[Dnsmasq-discuss] Bug while using address=//::

E encoding at riseup.net
Thu Sep 30 04:09:19 UTC 2021


> Which dnsmasq version are you using?

Latest on Debian 11.

ii  dnsmasq                               2.85-1                        
all          Small caching DNS proxy and DHCP/TFTP server
ii  dnsmasq-base                          2.85-1                        
amd64        Small caching DNS proxy and DHCP/TFTP server


> src/dnsmasq -d --port 2053 --conf-file=/dev/null --log-queries
--address=/./::
> This seems to do what you wanted

Is it? Nope. AAAA still not blocked at all!

1. edit dnsmasq.conf, add "address=/./::"
2. restart service
3.
dig XXXX.com AAAA @127.0.0.1 --- still responds AAAA results
dig XXXX.com A @127.0.0.1 --- works (returning A results)


My question is simple,
a. How can I block certain AAAA ranges?
b. Or, How can I block all AAAA?



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