We need to be able return NXDOMAIN for canary domain use-application-dns.net
https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/ca ... ion-dnsnet
Mozilla is making DoH as default! https://blog.mozilla.org/blog/2020/02/2 ... -us-users/
Just mikrotik have to made empty value as valid entry and return NXDOMAIN like dnsmasq.
/ip dns static> add name=use-application-dns.net address=''
syntax error (line 1 column 42)
Specify an IP address to return for any host in the given domains. Queries in the domains are never forwarded and always replied to with the specified IP address which may be IPv4 or IPv6. To give both IPv4 and IPv6 addresses for a domain, use repeated --address flags. To include multiple IP addresses for a single query, use --addn-hosts=<path> instead. Note that /etc/hosts and DHCP leases override this for individual names. A common use of this is to redirect the entire doubleclick.net domain to some friendly local web server to avoid banner ads. The domain specification works in the same was as for --server, with the additional facility that /#/ matches any domain. Thus --address=/#/22.214.171.124 will always return 126.96.36.199 for any query not answered from /etc/hosts or DHCP and not sent to an upstream nameserver by a more specific --server directive. As for --server, one or more domains with no address returns a no-such-domain answer, so --address=/example.com/ is equivalent to --server=/example.com/ and returns NXDOMAIN for example.com and all its subdomains. An address specified as '#' translates to the NULL address of 0.0.0.0 and its IPv6 equivalent of :: so --address=/example.com/# will return NULL addresses for example.com and its subdomains. This is partly syntactic sugar for --address=/example.com/0.0.0.0 and --address=/example.com/:: but is also more efficient than including both as seperate configuration lines. Note that NULL addresses normally work in the same way as localhost, so beware that clients looking up these names are likely to end up talking to themselves.
http://www.thekelleys.org.uk/dnsmasq/do ... q-man.html