[dnsdist] dnsdist: use netmaskGroup with DynBlockRules exclude/includeRange

denis.machard at orange.com denis.machard at orange.com
Tue Jul 27 13:38:08 UTC 2021

Hi all,

I am trying to use a netmaskgroup object in my DynBlockRulesGroup object with the function "includeRange"
as introduced with the version 1.6.0

My config:

nmg_internal = newNMG()

local dbr = dynBlockRulesGroup()
dbr:setQueryRate(30, 10, "Exceeded query rate", 60)

function maintenance()

The error I am getting:

Fatal Lua error: [string "chunk"]:40: Unable to convert parameter from nil to 12NetmaskGroup
stack traceback:
        [C]: in function 'NetmaskGroupRule'
        [string "chunk"]:40: in main chunk

I am using the following version

# dnsdist --version
dnsdist 1.6.0 (Lua 5.1.4 [LuaJIT 2.0.4])
Enabled features: cdb dns-over-tls(gnutls openssl) dns-over-https(DOH) dnscrypt fstrm ipcipher libsodium lmdb protobuf re2 recvmmsg/sendmmsg snmp systemd

I can't find what I'm doing wrong, do you have any idea?



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