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I'd suggest changing IP as this practice is<br>
a) a violation of trust, forcing you to use a potentially
compromised resource you have no control over<br>
b) a clear violation of net-neutrality<br>
c) a violation of standards (as it's probably one of those that
instead of returning NXDOMAIN as required sends you to an
I'm pretty sure you /can/ configure BIND to work like that. I should
imagine you could set up forwarders to TCP-based DNS servers.<br>
The other option is to get a DNS server set up on a VPS and tunnel
your requests to it via IPSEC.<br>
<div class="moz-cite-prefix">On 30/06/16 18:21, Chris Horry wrote:<br>
My ISP have started forcing DNS queries to pass through their own DNS
server, which appears to have many issues (can't resolve twitter.com for
one). I won't bore the list with my conversations with them over that part.
They are not actively blocking TCP DNS queries so I have a workaround.
Recognising that DNS over TCP is not an ideal solution....
1. Can Squid be configured to use TCP by default for DNS inquiries? If
not consider this a feature request :)
2. Is there a DNS caching server that can do this instead (BIND9 doesn't
seem to have it as an option)
Any help appreciated.
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