Posts Tagged ‘Bind’

Using 1.1.1.1

02Apr18

TL;DR One of the best features of Cloudflare’s new 1.1.1.1 DNS service is the privacy provided by DNS over TLS, but some setup is required to make use of it. I put Unbound onto the OpenWRT routers I use as DNS servers for my home network so that I could use it. Background Yesterday Cloudflare […]


TL;DR I need local DNS for various home lab things, but the Windows VMs I’ve been using can be slow and unreliable after a power outage (which happens too frequently). Moving to BIND turned out to be much easier than I feared, and I chose OpenWRT devices to run it on as I wanted reliable […]


Late last year AWS launched Private DNS within Amazon VPC as part of their Route 53 service. This allows customers to create DNS entries that are only visible within a VPC (or group of VPCs). It’s also possible to have ‘split horizon’ DNS where servers inside a VPC get different answers to the same queries versus users […]