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Stavros Korokithakis
@skorokithakis
not yet, i'm away for the holidays
it'll take a while for me to get back
James Sigurðarson
@jamiees2
ah, ok
anywhere special? :D
i'm thinking of removing the pure-sni,non-sni and local options
and instead allowing you to just create one config file at a time
and putting instructions on the wiki
since you will never generate the haproxy thing and local stuff at the same site really
James Sigurðarson
@jamiees2
as they should almost always be separate from each other
James Sigurðarson
@jamiees2
Allright, i added a manual mode :D
its also default
so you can now do ./dnsproxy.py -o haproxy
and that will only generate the haproxy conf file
./dnsproxy.py -o haproxy hosts will just generate a hosts file and a haproxy file
pure-sni and non-sni and local are still there
just gotta specify them now like ./dnsproxy.py -m pure-sni
Stavros Korokithakis
@skorokithakis
yeah, that sounds much better
hosts file looks sexy!
James Sigurðarson
@jamiees2
https://github.com/jamiees2/dnsproxy/wiki just typed out somewhat detailed instructions for installing
also renamed some stuff and other stuff
non-sni isn't helpful, only tells you what it isnt
so i renamed it to dnat
which is what it is
James Sigurðarson
@jamiees2
bla
var bla = bla;
oh cool!
Stavros Korokithakis
@skorokithakis
haha
nice
James Sigurðarson
@jamiees2
lol, using a hosts file is much easier actually
cool
for a laptop or some device you wanna move around with
now i just gotta write some kind of web ui for adding my current ip to the whitelist
Stavros Korokithakis
@skorokithakis
Can't you add a dynamic host name and just allow that?
James Sigurðarson
@jamiees2
hmm?
so that anyone with that hostname would be able to access it?
and i don't think so, atleast not with iptables
Stavros Korokithakis
@skorokithakis
Well, anyone from the IP the host name resolved to...
James Sigurðarson
@jamiees2
hmm, im not sure i understand
wouldn't that mean always having to do a refresh of the iptables rules, just to re-resolve the hostname
Stavros Korokithakis
@skorokithakis
I'm not sure how iptables works, but if it could look up the host name and allow it to pass, you could use something like DynDNS to do it
Maybe it's not possible though
James Sigurðarson
@jamiees2
no, iptables operates on the IP layer i think
before any protocols and stuff
Stavros Korokithakis
@skorokithakis
Ah, too bad
James Sigurðarson
@jamiees2
its fine though, i wrote a bash script that autogenerates the whitelist for me
so all i have to do is add my current ip to the whitelist
James Sigurðarson
@jamiees2
@skorokithakis i tagged a version release, you might wanna use that in netproxy
so that i don't mess up the command line api
Stavros Korokithakis
@skorokithakis
oh, great, thanks man
i'll try to find some time to swap it out