[Pdns-users] Re: New blogpost: per-device MAC address based DNS policies
bert.hubert at powerdns.com
bert.hubert at powerdns.com
Wed Jan 27 14:15:55 UTC 2016
On Wed, Jan 27, 2016 at 03:06:24PM +0000, Alejandro Adroher Mellado wrote:
> Hi all,
> For some time I'm hearing things about version 4.0 and I would like to know which version is the stable one.
> I have 3.4.7 for Auth and 3.7.3 for Recursors and I'm not sure from which it is safe to update to version 4.0.
> I will go on production very soon and I would like to know which version do you advise me.
4.0 has not been released, let us be clear about that. We will announce soon
when we think Authoritative 4.0.0, Recursor 4.0.0 and dnsdist 1.0.0 will be
released (more or less, we only release software once it is ready, not just
to keep a release date!).
Also, please know that our own domains and resolvers all run on 4.0 and 1.0.
We trust the stuff.
Simultaneously, if you run the releases that are heading up to 4.0.0/1.0.0
as published on repo.powerdns.com, you will get absolutely dedicated support
from us with every issue you find. I think you have experienced that
This support promise is there since only through actual use will our new
releases become good enough, even though we run thousands of automated tests
on every code change.
Through this pre-release support program, we now know that dnsdist and auth
1.0/4.0 versions now power major telecommunications networks, university
campuses and leading CDNs. If the software breaks, you would read about it
in the news.
So the official answer is: we'll let you know when the new releases are
formal. And util that time, expect exceptional support for any issues you
I hope this is helpful!
> Thanks Ale.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: bert hubert [mailto:bert.hubert at powerdns.com]
> Sent: miÃ©rcoles, 27 de enero de 2016 14:19
> To: pdns-users at mailman.powerdns.com
> Subject: [Pdns-users] New blogpost: per-device MAC address based DNS policies
> We're blogging up some new and exciting PowerDNS 4.0.0 and dnsdist features.
> Earlier we posted:
> "In this post, weÂ¿ll explain how to efficiently use the PowerDNS Recursor to optionally block certain domains for some or all of your users. This could be to stop users being tracked, to block advertisements or to protect against malware. The simple scripts below scale to millions of domain names and millions of users, all with acceptable startup times (seconds)."
> Today we added:
> "A problem however for other kinds of filtering is that subscribers typically share a single IP address among all their devices. This makes it hard to provide Â¿parental controlÂ¿ to the kidsÂ¿ tablets, but not to other computers in the household ...
> With the configuration outlined above, it is easily possible to provide per-device DNS filtering instructions for each subscriber"
> We will be continuing this series until and beyond the 4.0.0 and dnsdist 1.0 releases. Let us know if there is a topic you'd like to see covered!
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