What can I do, I bought this tablet to use with things on my network (specifically) and it seems to have a mind of its own.
you might try editing the hosts file on our tablets I dunno if this will apply to us but here's a site that claims to show how to edit the hosts file on non rooted devices... This may also work in your reverse lookup zone with a manual entry for 22.214.171.124 sent to your dns server as well
Dunno why you're having this issue though as you mentioned DHCP is adding both yours and Google's NS and the 192 range is non routable and Google is not authoritative for that range anyways
What's your DNS/DHCP setup like? Window or Linux?
Lastly, you may also try using NAT to redirect all traffic bound for 126.96.36.199 to your DNS servers ip but this may have the added effect of any other devices on the network headed to 188.8.131.52 to return to your DNS and be unable to resolve internet addresses
You may want to do a bit of research in that regard
I posted this on another forum as well but I wanted to post it here for anyone who might find this. This is a hidden option in the Fire OS so I had to use ADB to turn it off. So far it appears to persist across reboots.
adb shell settings put global private_dns_mode OPTION (off was what I used) FYI no quotes just private_dns_mode off
* - opportunistic (Auto)
* - off (disabled)
There is also a "private_dns_default_mode" as well that I set to off but i'm not sure if that did anything.
adb shell settings put global private_dns_mode off
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