dnsdiag 2.0.2-1 source package in Ubuntu


dnsdiag (2.0.2-1) unstable; urgency=medium

  * New upstream version 2.0.2
  * Bump debhelper-compat version to 13
  * Add Rules-Requires-Root: no to debian/control
  * Remove patch applied upstream
  * Ignore binary cache file

 -- Ana Custura <email address hidden>  Wed, 19 Jan 2022 12:52:50 +0000

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dnsdiag_2.0.2-1.dsc 1.9 KiB 14b144bbfa7fc2ac986c130112efc56d8b97a9c751e75e24940585170ac02a3a
dnsdiag_2.0.2.orig.tar.gz 16.0 KiB 6303b7902f88473e487c3435523fe69aac20c31c8d3181f1617843326c5375b1
dnsdiag_2.0.2-1.debian.tar.xz 4.6 KiB 89be65141350ca9b9ee7f3dc2b5eabd8cf42102b982a3d6aa3f0d99403442fbb

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dnsdiag: DNS request auditing toolset

 Set of tools to perform basic audits on your DNS requests and responses to
 make sure your DNS is working as you expect. Dnsping can be used to measure
 the response time of a given DNS server for arbitrary requests. Just like a
 traditional ping utility, it provides similar functionality for DNS requests.
 Dnstraceroute can be used to trace the path a DNS request takes to
 destination. Its purpose is to detect whether a request is redirected or
 hijacked. This can be done by comparing different DNS queries being sent to the
 same DNS server using dnstraceroute and observe if there is any difference
 between the path.
 dnseval evaluates multiple DNS resolvers and helps you choose the best DNS
 server for your network. It is highly recommended to use your own DNS resolver
 as opposed to a third-party DNS server, but in case you need to choose the best
 DNS forwarder for your network, dnseval lets you compare different DNS servers
 from performance (latency) and reliability (loss) point of view.