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dnsdist: Send a 404 on unknown API path #5089

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pieterlexis commented Feb 27, 2017

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Before, a 401 would be sent for unknown API paths due to the strict checking.


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@rgacogne rgacogne added the dnsdist label Feb 27, 2017


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rgacogne commented Feb 27, 2017

No idea why Travis failed on completely unrelated SNMP regression tests, I'll check tomorrow.

req.url.path=="/api/v1/servers/localhost/config/allow-from" ||
req.url.path=="/api/v1/servers/localhost/statistics") {
req.url.path == "/api/v1" ||
req.url.path.find("/api/v1/") == 0) {
header = req.headers.find("x-api-key");

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rgacogne Feb 28, 2017


Just checking if the path begins with /api (or is /jsonstat) might be easier and could prevent the issue resurfacing if we ever do /api/v2 for example?

dnsdist: Send a 404 on unknown API path
Before, a 401 would be sent for unknown API paths due to the strict

@pieterlexis pieterlexis force-pushed the pieterlexis:dnsdist-api-404 branch from d64ac0f to 00566cb Feb 28, 2017

@rgacogne rgacogne merged commit 3597951 into PowerDNS:master Mar 6, 2017

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@pieterlexis pieterlexis deleted the pieterlexis:dnsdist-api-404 branch Mar 6, 2017

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