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29 Nov 2023
@madamada:matrix.orgmadamadathe remote peer just uses your local DNS as it's resolver then15:12:12
@madamada:matrix.orgmadamadawhich forwards to adguard via tls15:12:32
@madamada:matrix.orgmadamada* the remote peer just uses your local DNS as it's resolver..15:13:56
@phenifinit:matrix.orgfinecofinit ⌘ ᗢ ❦The thing is I can't use port 53, because of systemd-resolved15:14:09
@phenifinit:matrix.orgfinecofinit ⌘ ᗢ ❦Oracle cloud stuff15:14:19
@phenifinit:matrix.orgfinecofinit ⌘ ᗢ ❦I'm thinking about ip pinning15:14:47
@madamada:matrix.orgmadamadamaybe have systemd-resolved listen on a specific IP and port and you are free to use another IP and port for the local DNS 15:18:38
@madamada:matrix.orgmadamadalike systemd-resolved would listen on 127.0.0.1:53 and your local DNS on 127.0.0.53:53 for example15:19:39
@madamada:matrix.orgmadamadaThe systemd-resolved configuration-file /etc/systemd/resolved.conf shows this in it's comments – for instance in ubuntu impish (21.10). # systemd --version systemd 248 (248.3-1ubuntu8) ... # man resolved.conf ... DNSStubListener= Takes a boolean argument or one of "udp" and "tcp". If "udp", a DNS stub resolver will listen for UDP requests on address 127.0.0.53 port 53. If "tcp", the stub will listen for TCP requests on the same address and port. If "yes" (the default), the stub listens for both UDP and TCP requests. If "no", the stub listener is disabled. Note that the DNS stub listener is turned off implicitly when its listening address and port are already in use. DNSStubListenerExtra= Takes an IPv4 or IPv6 address to listen on. The address may be optionally prefixed with a protocol name ("udp" or "tcp") separated with ":". If the protocol is not specified, the service will listen on both UDP and TCP. It may be also optionally suffixed by a numeric port number with separator ":". When an IPv6 address is specified with a port number, then the address must be in the square brackets. If the port is not specified, then the service uses port 53. Note that this is independent of the primary DNS stub configured with DNSStubListener=, and only configures additional sockets to listen on. This option can be specified multiple times. If an empty string is assigned, then the all previous assignments are cleared. Defaults to unset. Examples: DNSStubListenerExtra=192.168.10.10 DNSStubListenerExtra=2001:db8:0:f102::10 DNSStubListenerExtra=192.168.10.11:9953 DNSStubListenerExtra=[2001:db8:0:f102::11]:9953 DNSStubListenerExtra=tcp:192.168.10.12 DNSStubListenerExtra=udp:2001:db8:0:f102::12 DNSStubListenerExtra=tcp:192.168.10.13:9953 DNSStubListenerExtra=udp:[2001:db8:0:f102::13]:9953 ...15:25:59
@madamada:matrix.orgmadamada* The systemd-resolved configuration-file /etc/systemd/resolved.conf shows this in it's comments – for instance in ubuntu impish (21.10). # systemd --version systemd 248 (248.3-1ubuntu8) ... # man resolved.conf ... DNSStubListener= Takes a boolean argument or one of "udp" and "tcp". If "udp", a DNS stub resolver will listen for UDP requests on address 127.0.0.53 port 53. If "tcp", the stub will listen for TCP requests on the same address and port. If "yes" (the default), the stub listens for both UDP and TCP requests. If "no", the stub listener is disabled. Note that the DNS stub listener is turned off implicitly when its listening address and port are already in use. DNSStubListenerExtra= Takes an IPv4 or IPv6 address to listen on. The address may be optionally prefixed with a protocol name ("udp" or "tcp") separated with ":". If the protocol is not specified, the service will listen on both UDP and TCP. It may be also optionally suffixed by a numeric port number with separator ":". When an IPv6 address is specified with a port number, then the address must be in the square brackets. If the port is not specified, then the service uses port 53. Note that this is independent of the primary DNS stub configured with DNSStubListener=, and only configures additional sockets to listen on. This option can be specified multiple times. If an empty string is assigned, then the all previous assignments are cleared. Defaults to unset. Examples: DNSStubListenerExtra=192.168.10.10 DNSStubListenerExtra=2001:db8:0:f102::10 DNSStubListenerExtra=192.168.10.11:9953 DNSStubListenerExtra=[2001:db8:0:f102::11]:9953 DNSStubListenerExtra=tcp:192.168.10.12 DNSStubListenerExtra=udp:2001:db8:0:f102::12 DNSStubListenerExtra=tcp:192.168.10.13:9953 DNSStubListenerExtra=udp:[2001:db8:0:f102::13]:9953 ...15:27:42
@madamada:matrix.orgmadamadamaybe this might help15:28:00
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@4freedoms:tchncs.defreedom chasermadamada do you know how to setup a static ipv6 address using dhcpcd?03:05:51
@4freedoms:tchncs.defreedom chaseror how would you recommend setting it up on something like arch linux without using systemd-netword or networkmanager03:06:11
@4freedoms:tchncs.defreedom chaseror netctl03:06:20
@madamada:matrix.orgmadamada
In reply to @4freedoms:tchncs.de
madamada do you know how to setup a static ipv6 address using dhcpcd?
either using MAC address, DUID or IP Tokens
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@madamada:matrix.orgmadamadaIP tokens runs on the client tho04:20:32
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@4freedoms:tchncs.defreedom chaseralright22:48:04
@4freedoms:tchncs.defreedom chasersay i want to get an ipv6 static address of ipv6::1/64 and i the gateway is fe80::1 how can i set that up using ip commands22:48:48
@4freedoms:tchncs.defreedom chaserbecause im having trouble on my arch system and whenever i do something like this it actually causes system unresponsiveness22:49:11
@test-123:matrix.orgtest-123::1 is localhost23:22:42
@test-123:matrix.orgtest-123Fe80 addresses are auto assigned no need to assign those23:23:15
@madamada:matrix.orgmadamada
In reply to@4freedoms:tchncs.de
because im having trouble on my arch system and whenever i do something like this it actually causes system unresponsiveness
the systemd-networkd method doesn't work ?

https://www.linode.com/docs/products/compute/compute-instances/guides/systemd-networkd/
23:27:55

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