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dnscrypt-proxy multiarch docker image

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dnscrypt-proxy is a flexible DNS proxy, with support for encrypted DNS protocols.


The architectures supported by this image are:

  • linux/amd64
  • linux/arm64
  • linux/ppc64le
  • linux/386
  • linux/arm/v7
  • linux/arm/v6

Simply pulling klutchell/dnscrypt-proxy should retrieve the correct image for your arch.


# build a local image
docker build . --pull -t klutchell/dnscrypt-proxy --build-arg "BUILD_VERSION=2.0.45"

# cross-build for another platform (eg. arm32v6)
docker run --rm --privileged multiarch/qemu-user-static --reset -p yes
docker buildx create --use --driver docker-container
docker buildx build . --pull --platform linux/arm/v6 --load -t klutchell/dnscrypt-proxy


# run selftest on local image
docker run --rm -d --name dnscrypt klutchell/dnscrypt-proxy
docker run --rm -it --link dnscrypt uzyexe/drill -p 5053 @dnscrypt
docker stop dnscrypt


Official project wiki:

# print version info
docker run --rm klutchell/dnscrypt-proxy --version

# print general usage
docker run --rm klutchell/dnscrypt-proxy --help

# run dnscrypt proxy server on host port 53
docker run -p 53:5053/tcp -p 53:5053/udp klutchell/dnscrypt-proxy

# run dnscrypt proxy server with configuration mounted from a host directory
# note that the files must be readable by world, or owned by nobody:nogroup
docker run -p 53:5053/udp -v /path/to/config:/config klutchell/dnscrypt-proxy

Note that environment variables DNSCRYPT_SERVER_NAMES and DNSCRYPT_LISTEN_ADDRESSES have been depricated. Going forward it is recommended to provide an external configuration file as shown above.


Kyle Harding


Please open an issue or submit a pull request with any features, fixes, or changes.


Original software is by the DNSCrypt project:


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