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If this fix can be implemented, would it be preferable to deleting option resolvfile ‘/tmp/resolv.conf.d/resolv.conf.auto’ in /etc/config/dhcp then writing:
option noresolv '1’
list server '"vpn dns"’
list server ‘"vpn dns’"
Without the latter fix I see a new IP but a number of public DNS server addresses (in addition to my VPN provider's,) while using the advanced test on dnsleaks.com/.
I have an Asus/Merlin router with VPN enabled and when using the extended test I get the new IP and just one of my VPN service's DNS servers using the advanced test.
Is there a way of getting that result with OpenWRT without modifying the DHCP config as outlined above?
Ideally when on the VPN your DNS will be used as configured in the "Advanced Settings". When off the VPN, your DNS will revert back to ISP assuming you have the option on the WAN Interface 'Advance Settings":
Hi and thanks very much for replying. I do have all the GUI features you mentioned. I tried the WAN DNS weight first but no joy. Then I added a higher weight to the LAN but still it returned multiple DNS servers. Do you see any downside to the changes I mentioned to the DHCP config? They work perfectly DND server-wise, as far as I can tell. Cheers!
Hi and thanks again for your suggestions, Bill. I was hoping to have a VPN I could turn on and off at will, but the tun0 device disappears when I stop it and a reboot doesn't restore it, so I'm going to give up on the idea for now. All the best.