Add DTLS1.2 filter rule
In order to protect CoAP/DTLS Connection ID traffic state of the art, please add some simple rules to filter DTLS 1.2 Connection ID records. That could be easily done by filter on the first 3 bytes. DTLS 1.2 header first 3 bytes "14 fe fd" (CCS, 1.2) "15 fe fd" (Alert, 1.2) "16 fe fd" (Handshake, 1.2) "17 fe fd" (Application Data, 1.2) "19 fe fd" (tls_cid, 1.2) And DTLS 1.0 header for HelloVerifyRequest "16 fe ff" (Handshake, 1.0) See https://github.com/eclipse/californium/wiki/DTLS-1.2-based-firewall
IPv6 for load balancers
So far, load balancers only get an IPv4 and no IPv6. In practice, this means that load balancers cannot be used if you want to provide IPv6 connectivity. I would love to use this feature, but only if IPv6 was made available.
DNS address as source
I have rules on the firewall that only allow access to ports from my home IP. My home IP is not static and can change. I do though have a DDNS service for my home IP that gets updated on IP change. It would be great if the firewall can use the DDNS address as the source.
Firewall exception for Droplet Console ssh
I want to Firewall ssh (port 22) but still want Digital Ocean web site Console and Droplet Console to work for the droplet. I added the Digital Ocean IP addresses I found being used (18.104.22.168, 22.214.171.124, 126.96.36.199), but would like this to always work. So, will you make an option for having a "Firewall exception for Droplet Console ssh" to your firewalls to either allow or block Digital Ocean Droplet Console ssh access - that would be very nice! Thanks, Kevin Crothers
Add automatic DNS CNAME flattening for root domain
Current situation: If I enter my root domain into the "hostname" field I'm only allowed to create entries such as A, AAAAA, MX etc. but not CNAME. Wanted situation: I can create a CNAME entry with my root domain and this will be flattened automatically, like Cloudflare does ( https://support.cloudflare.com/hc/en-us/articles/200169056-CNAME-Flattening-RFC-compliant-support-for-CNAME-at-the-root )
DNS Records List
DNS Record List should have a filtration to view based on DNS Records Types (i.e. A, TXT, etc). As of right now, it just shows all records in one page thus making a lot of confusion when having a lot of records.
DNS zone editor
Edit DNS zone file directly or/and implement import/export tool to make migration easier