The BrothersWisp Podcast

Finally had some time to contribute to another podcast I am a part of.

http://thebrotherswisp.com/index.php/the-brothers-wisp-115-wisp-after-death-unifi-video-eol-rpki-basics/

This week we talk about:
WISP Virtual Summit July 28th
Save Dave’s brain
RIP Ubiquiti Unifi Video – EOL 1/1/2021
zwift.com
Cloudflare DNS outage
David – Arduino, PHP programming, cycling and weight loss, new kid,
Wilson’s RPKI
Mike got some new hardware; a stent!
I’m done with my sales training – I’m a real boy

Simple Mikrotik DNS cache flush script

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Using 8.8.8.8 or local resolvers for ISPs

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How to disable one of the dumbest things ever: AKA DNS over HTTPS (DoH)

So the folks over at Mozilla thought it would be cool to do DNS over HTTPS.  This is a dumb idea. If you happen to be running Mozzilla Firefox you should disable this for your own sake.

https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/configuring-networks-disable-dns-over-https

If you want the functionality of DNS over HTTPS (DoH) then use a VPN and make your life easier.

Mikrotik DNS DDoS script

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Protecting Mikrotik from DNS amplification

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