[DNSOP] my chromecast ultra would not start until i began answering 8.8.8.8

Paul Vixie <paul@redbarn.org> Wed, 13 February 2019 20:22 UTC

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Subject: [DNSOP] my chromecast ultra would not start until i began answering 8.8.8.8
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google, this is bogus as hell. my dhcp server gives you dns servers to 
use. please don't make me route and answer 8.8.8.8 just to watch youtube.

> [71] 2019-02-13 16:39:40.548137 [#68 vtnet0 4095] \
>         [24.104.150.186].56915 [8.8.8.8].53  \
>         dns QUERY,NOERROR,7357,rd \
>         1 lh3.googleusercontent.com,IN,A 0 0 0
> [71] 2019-02-13 16:39:40.548210 [#69 vtnet0 4095] \
>         [24.104.150.186].56915 [8.8.8.8].53  \
>         dns QUERY,NOERROR,49247,rd \
>         1 lh3.googleusercontent.com,IN,AAAA 0 0 0

(no, this device i've paid for, will NOT be allowed to send you any 
information, other than what i personally approve, which will never 
include DNS traffic. if you don't like that deal, buy it back from me 
and i'll find some other video appliance that doesn't twist my arm.)

-- 
P Vixie