I was sent a link to https://archive.is (aka https://archive.today), but I couldn’t view it, because my home pihole uses the Cloudflare
18.104.22.168 resolver, and archive.is blocks lookups from Cloudflare for *reasons*.
Other resolvers like Google’s 22.214.171.124 aren’t blocked by archive.is, and with dnsmasq you can selectively change which resolver you want to use with a particular domain.
/etc/dnsmasq.d/01-pihole.conf and add:
server=/archive.is/126.96.36.199 server=/archive.ph/188.8.131.52 server=/archive.today/184.108.40.206
to the end of the file (ie. use 220.127.116.11 to resolv queries for archive.is, archive.ph and archive.today), and then restart the
dnsmasq process. With pihole, this is a built-in service so you need to:
sudo service pihole-FTL restart