The answer is no.  

Since Blockade is set to listen for DNS queries on port 53 (UDP/TCP).  It would not be able to run on a server that is already running DNS server software that is also listening on port 53.

Blockade would either need to be installed on a different server (or PC), or the exist DNS services on the server would need to be disabled.


Modified over 3 years ago

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