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On macbook air m1 2020 /etc/hosts is ignored by Firefox 123

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On my Macbook air (m1 2020 14.3.1 (23D60)) /etc/hosts is ignored by Firefox 123

i've tried multiple offered (old) solutions from stack but non work.

FAILED ATTEMPTS:

  • DNS over https -> off
  • network.trr.excluded-domains ... tried to add the domains in the dns over https exeptions ... didn't work either
  • added the domains to network.trr.excluded-domains
  • cleared cache
  • restart ff
  • migrating all my /etc/hosts config from multiple domains on a single line to separate lines did. Hope this helps someone.
  • network.ttr.mode = 5
  • sudo dscacheutil -flushcache; sudo killall -HUP mDNSResponder in the terminal


Background: I run my own server and I cannot access them over the internet if I am on the same network (rounter dissallows this) This is annoying as I cannot develop via my laptop.

/etc/hosts is changed and in the terminal all (ssh etc...) works fine.

What is the proper way of doing this these days?

On my Macbook air (m1 2020 14.3.1 (23D60)) /etc/hosts is ignored by Firefox 123 i've tried multiple offered (old) solutions from stack but non work. FAILED ATTEMPTS: * DNS over https -> off * network.trr.excluded-domains ... tried to add the domains in the dns over https exeptions ... didn't work either * added the domains to network.trr.excluded-domains * cleared cache * restart ff * migrating all my /etc/hosts config from multiple domains on a single line to separate lines did. Hope this helps someone. * network.ttr.mode = 5 * sudo dscacheutil -flushcache; sudo killall -HUP mDNSResponder in the terminal Background: I run my own server and I cannot access them over the internet if I am on the same network (rounter dissallows this) This is annoying as I cannot develop via my laptop. /etc/hosts is changed and in the terminal all (ssh etc...) works fine. What is the proper way of doing this these days?

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