Just before you close the show I have a nasty edge case. I'm very pleased with the pro version, all is working well but there is a strange situation with the DNS settings. In NetGuard you can set the DNS which I did to 22.214.171.124 and 126.96.36.199. It works smooth as silk for cellular but when I connect to home Wi-Fi the DNS is forced to the providers DNS which I have spotted on dnsleaktest.com . Here comes the tricky part. In Android 9 there is an option to set up private dns in the settings. When I turn off NetGuard and turn it on and use 1dot1dot1dot1.cloudflare-dns.com it works both for cellular and my quirky home Wi-Fi. This is strange. Any hints why is that, and can something be done with NetGuard to act just like the stock Android setting and cover both the cellular and Wi-Fi?
I know that and that is not my point. Maybe I was not clear enough.
Setting up 188.8.131.52 in NetGuard settings gives Cloudflare DNS on dnsleaktest.com for cellular but not for Wi-Fi (obviously private DNS turned off in Android settings). Why is that?
Why can the private DNS option in Android settings provide Cloudflare both for cellular and Wi-fi and NetGuard can only do this for cellular for me?
|Thread Tools||Search this Thread|