[dns-operations] A dns-proxy for DNS over HTTP(s)

"Davey(宋林健)" ljsong at biigroup.cn
Tue Aug 4 07:29:25 UTC 2015

FYI, as a follow-up work, there is a implementation of DNS over HTTP(s) in golang and do some optimization.

please turn to https://github.com/BII-Lab/DNSoverHTTPinGO <https://github.com/BII-Lab/DNSoverHTTPinGO> for more information.

Best regards,

发件人: "Davey Song (宋林健)" <ljsong at biigroup.cn <mailto:ljsong at biigroup.cn>>
日期: 2015年5月16日 星期六 13:19
至: <dns-operations at dns-oarc.net <mailto:dns-operations at dns-oarc.net>>
主题: [dns-operations] A dns-proxy for DNS over HTTP(s)

Hi folks,
There is an interesting open source project for DNS over HTTP(s): https://github.com/BII-Lab/DNSoverHTTP <https://github.com/BII-Lab/DNSoverHTTP> . 
In this project we intend to provide an easy way to deploy and use the feature of HTTP(s) for DNS transactions which provides capability for privacy consideration, transparence to the middle box, persistent TCP connection etc. it is worth to mention that the protocol used by the dns_proxy service is alarmingly simple. There's no JSON or XML encoding provide; the DNS query and response are sent as raw binary via the "libcurl" library on the client side and the "libfcgi" library on the server side. 
The current software is conceived and drafted by Paul Vixie during WIDE CAMP 2015-03. Engineers from BII lab help for testing and maintenance. Now It works for both IPv4/IPv6, UDP/TCP, EDNS0. We encourage more people to join us by forking, submitting optimized changes and using it. Now There is already serval servers running for testing:
http://[2001:559:8000:cd::5 <http://[2001:559:8000:cd::5>] <>
http://fcgi.dnsv6lab.net <http://fcgi.dnsv6lab.net/> (IPv6-only)
For example when you install the client: 
proxy_dns_gw -s "http://fcgi.dnsv6lab.net <http://fcgi.dnsv6lab.net/>" -l ::,53  OR  proxy_dns_gw -s " <>" -l,53
Please feel free to try and report any error or suggestions to us (Paul, Davey or just propose in this ML)
Davey Song 宋林健
Director of BII Lab
Telephone: 86+13810106659
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