[dnsdist] Does dnsdist support pipelining on TCP?
dot at dotat.at
Wed Jan 15 20:06:09 UTC 2020
Remi Gacogne <remi.gacogne at powerdns.com> wrote:
> The fact that very few real-life clients actually make
> use of it can probably begin to explain why :-/
Android's DNS-over-TLS implementation is probably the most common
DNS resolver that uses pipelining.
For bulk DNS lookups I like to use `adns` which has supported pipelined
DNS-over-TCP with out-of-order responses for over 20 years :-)
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