X as a domain name?

#1

I’m getting “x” under Top Permitted Domains, what is that?

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#2

Check the query log and see, it looks like something is trying to resolve x literally.

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#3

From the picture you can see that 192.168.1.130 is trying to resolve “x” it’s pretty weird I’d say.

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#4

192.168.1.130 is the phone I’m using right now.

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#5

You can try using the log tail on the web interface to see exactly what is being queried, but yes, it looks like the phone is trying to resolve x.

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#6

I have to see what app or what’s making those requests.

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