nameserver 220.127.116.11 This is a public DNS
nameserver 192.168.xxx.xxxThis belongs to my ISP...
dwasifar wrote:If you click on your network connection icon in the panel and choose to edit the connection, you will get an edit window that says "editing auto eth0" (or whatever your connection is named). Go to the IPv4 settings tab and select "Automatic (DHCP) addresses only." This will ungray the settings for DNS servers and search domains. Enter your desired DNS server IPs in the DNS server field, separated by commas. Save and exit. If the network connection doesn't automatically reconnect to apply the new settings, you can reboot, or disable and re-enable your connection from the panel icon.
AlbertP wrote:It isn't repeated as far as I can see. Probably he double posted by mistake.
espressoguy wrote:Yes, thankyou I did this using opendns addresses but I thought Linux didn't leak? This was the sole reason why I switched from Windows. I can prevent dns leaks in windows, basically the same way. My whole purpose was to run openvpn in a linux environment so I could use the "automatic vpn" in the IPv4 settings. Does it have something to do in my firefox settings. I currently have "auto detect proxy setting for this network" ? Please someone help me.
EDIT: I have discovered, through much trial and error that only some of the serveres I connect to leak dns soooooo for those servers I should add dns to IPv4 settings???
If so, specifying those servers in the connection information field will ensure that the system's DNS requests will go to those servers.
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