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This tutorial explains how to configure Tomato to use OpenDNS. Tutorial Go to the Tomato Web GUI (Default: 192.168.1.1) Navigate the menu to Basic - Network At Static DNS first line enter: 188.8.131.52 At Static DNS seconds line enter: 184.108.40.206 Check Use dnscrypt-proxy (but leave DNSSEC disabled!) Set Priority to Strict-Order Press Save to save your new preferences To test if your Using OpenVPN and OpenDNS - not working : VPN Using OpenVPN and OpenDNS - not working I've seen a few posts about this and tried all recommended configs but can't seem to get this to work. EDIT: Updated my vpn client config to use OpenDNS servers for DNS (instead of the pi), but I'm still getting the response from dnsleak that I'm not using OpenDNS … OpenDNS Testing - Linksys Community This all just started working. I have to imagine that the WRT1900AC had the OpenDNS servers IPs cached from the Comcast DNS servers during the first round of tests (which would be odd because I rebooted the WRT1900AC, which I woudl have expected to purge the DNS cache). So as far as OpenDNS is concerned this seems to be working (yay!). -MC Using OpenDNS in the enterprise - ComputerWeekly.com
Happily, OpenDNS offers software to keep track of your changing address—you’ll just have to install it on one of the computers in your house, and it’ll make sure OpenDNS keeps working on all the others. The software couldn’t be easier: just install it and log in, and your IP address will be updated for OpenDNS.
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