DNS Domain Overrides - more than one target IP
Currently when pfSense is acting as a DNS server it can configure Domain Overrides. This is possible with dnsmasq and also with unbound.
Please make more than one IP address configurable. Currently for one domain you can exactly define one IP address. You want your DNS resolution to be as failsafe as possible. There are scenarios in which it's crucial that you can enter more than one redirection target.
Both unbound and dnsmasq are able to accept more than one IP. In unbound you can configure it like this:
forward-zone: name: "mypersonaldomain.com" forward-addr: 192.168.12.4 forward-addr: 192.168.12.6
In dnsmasq the server= directive is being used. For multiple targets it would look like this:
Of course also allow IPv6 addresses as a target.
#1 Updated by Viktor Gurov about 1 month ago
If there are multiple authoritative DNS servers available for a domain then make a separate entry for each, using the same domain name.
we need to add this comment from https://github.com/pfsense/pfsense/pull/1606/files or allow to add comma-separated list of IPs, like #10896