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It looks like the TTL is 60 seconds, so I don't understand why I get more than 200K lookups in the NextDNS logs on a single day.
Once it's out of beta, what will the subscription fee be monthly? I might just stick to the free services out there but we'll see.Their web interface is indeed really nice.
In general I don’t like subscriptions that much, but this might be one I would consider, if I get it working properly on all my devices,
I am running NextDNS since 1 month with 700 000 queries in total (10% rejection rate).When they go out of beta, NextDNS will be free "up until about 300,000 DNS queries/month": https://nextdns.io/pricing
I had no clue how soon I would reach that limit, but I just discovered that the Raspberry Pi which is fetching data from my smart electricity meter and uploading that to an Athom Homey is reaching that amount, in a single day...
Shouldn't the router cache that DNS entry? (why are they all calls to NextDNS?)
Still early days, just having a quick look. at the moment, for me;how well and what features do you like about it so far? what have you tested?
Not exactly. We are still working on the details. The idea is to find a simple and fair solution so our users are not penalized by a malfunctioning IoT device on their network while still measuring usage.So my 600K requests for the same URL would count as 1?
Is there a way to see de duplicated numbers in the web interface?
Good luck there, all said and done it may just be easier to pay the 1.99, maybe add an option where the user could choose to exclude queries of an IoT devices but in effect lose out on logging analytics and set a limit to exclusions Per configuration. I'd still rather just pay the 1.99 truth be told.Not exactly. We are still working on the details. The idea is to find a simple and fair solution so our users are not penalized by a malfunctioning IoT device on their network while still measuring usage.