Question about DNS stuffs
So when I go to the setup guide tab it lists an IP address that does not quite match my server's IP. It does not appear to be accessible off the network. All of my IPs start at 192.168 and this one begins with 172.18.
Is this normal? lol no clue how to interpret this.
robi last edited by
it's the internal container network.
@atrilahiji The 172.18 IP is the internal docker IP address. You can ignore that. You should be able to configure devices using your server IP - i.e the 192.168 one.
@girish Ah I see. Also seems like the docker IP works lol. But cool I'll use the one my router assigns. Thanks for answering this noob question lol
necrevistonnezr last edited by
As per https://docs.cloudron.io/apps/adguard-home/, I have added
192.168.1.0/24to the Access settings of AdGuard - that’s all I have to do to restrict DNS queries to my local network, correct? Should I add e.g. the Docker IPs as well (starting with 172….)?
When adding the DNS Server to the router, I used the local IP of my Cloudron,
192.168.1.10, as was suggested above, and it works. What do I use as the IPv6 address?
@necrevistonnezr Yes, that should be enough. You can verify if this is the case by trying out
host www.cloudron.io <public-ip-of-your-cloudron-server>. It should timeout.
As for IPv6, from a quick look at the code, it looks like we only bind port 53 to the server's IPv4 addresses. Let me check and get back tomorrow.