[dnsdist] Query current config of dynBlockRulesGroup
ben.kaplan at redis.com
Thu Aug 24 11:11:33 UTC 2023
Oh I see why this happens... my bad sry.
The conf file used "local dbr = ....", once I removed the local I can see
the rule as expected!
On Thu, Aug 24, 2023 at 2:09 PM Ben Kaplan <ben.kaplan at redis.com> wrote:
> That's great info! thank you Remi,
> We have rules set by the dnsdist.conf file and we want to be able to query
> the config and change it via the console without restarting.
> > dbr:toString()
> works perfectly if the dbr object was also created in the console.
> Is there a way to check the dynamic config that was set when the service
> Regarding the second question, running addDynBlocks from the console will
> *modify* the rules set from configuration files (assuming the existing
> rule expiration is shorter)?
> Thanks again for your help
> On Thu, Aug 24, 2023 at 12:58 PM Remi Gacogne via dnsdist <
> dnsdist at mailman.powerdns.com> wrote:
>> On 24/08/2023 11:47, Ben Kaplan via dnsdist wrote:
>> > 1. We're searching for how to query the current values of
>> > dynBlockRulesGroup (using ebpf) via the console.
>> > Once the rule kicks in we can see the IP blocked and the warning
>> > message when running "showDynBlocks()".
>> > However, we can't find any way to query for the actual values and
>> > rules configured in "function maintenance()".
>> The dynBlockRulesGroup class has a 'toString' method which describes the
>> current configuration . So if you have declared it with, for example:
>> dbr = dynBlockRulesGroup()
>> dbr:setRCodeRate(DNSRCode.NXDOMAIN, 5, 5, "Exceeded NXD rate", 60)
>> you can later retrieve the current configuration via:
>> > dbr:toString()
>> Query rate rule:
>> Response rate rule:
>> SuffixMatch rule:
>> RCode rules:
>> - Non-Existent domain: Apply the global DynBlock action for 60 seconds
>> when over 5 during the last 5 seconds, reason: 'Exceeded NXD rate'
>> QType rules:
>> Excluded Subnets:
>> Excluded Domains:
>> > 2. When running "addDynBlocks(addresses, message[, seconds=10[,
>> > action]])" from the console when dnsdist already has the same rule
>> > configured. will this create a second rule or modify the value of
>> > the existing rule?
>> Modify, unless the existing rule was still valid for a longer time than
>> the one you are trying to insert.
>> Best regards,
>> Remi Gacogne
>> PowerDNS.COM BV - https://www.powerdns.com/
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