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Here is my port forwarding rule, not sure if it would cause problems.
I noticed on my router’s main page that the ipv4 dns address points to cleanbrowsing, but the ipv6 dns address is google’s. I’m not sure how the ipv6 dns gets set, and I suspect it could be causing DNSleaktest to fail.
below are my DNS page settings
Below is an nslookup to google ipv4 and then to ipv6 addresses. The ipv6 address unfortunately returns an IP. It looks like my port forward doesn’t intercept it.
aryeh@olddesktop:~$ nslookup sex.com 220.127.116.11
** server can’t find sex.com: NXDOMAIN
aryeh@olddesktop:~$ nslookup sex.com 2001:4860:4860::8888
I guess I have to figure out how to set my ipv6 dns address in my openwrt router, or disable it. Am I understanding the problem correctly? any suggestions of how to fix?
- This reply was modified 2 years, 5 months ago by aryeh. Reason: cant upload pictures, need to use hosting service