9 months, 2 weeks ago seeforeParticipant
Has anyone been able to get DoH to work with Firefox? Firefox now supports it but it doesn’t seem to work with CleanBrowsing: https://doh.cleanbrowsing.org/doh/family-filter/. I have tested it with others such as AdGuards: https://dns-family.adguard.com/dns-query and am able to get it to work. Wondering if there is a known issue. Also is it possible to get the fallback or bootstrap IP for the DoH with CleanBrowsing? Firefox has three settings that can be set along with a ttr mode setting as to if it will require DoH always or not.
network.trr.bootstrapAddress;9 months, 2 weeks ago Daniel CidKeymaster
I have it working here without any issues.
I set the bootstrap address to 184.108.40.206.
We recommend the trr mode to be set to 2 or 3 if enabled.
thanks!9 months, 2 weeks ago seeforeParticipant
I have it working now with both the bootstrap IP above entered above and trr mode set to 3. Appreciate it!9 months, 2 weeks ago Daniel CidKeymaster
Awesome! Let us know if we can help with anything else.6 months, 3 weeks ago safe_browsing_questionsParticipant
I saw a posting in the “News” forum that one will not be able to override the CleanBrowing filter in Firefox’s DoH settings. My understanding is that Chrome now provides a similar experimental DoH capability. Will the Chrome setting override the CleanBrowsing filter?6 months, 2 weeks ago Daniel CidKeymaster
Nope, we are working with the Chrome team and they will honor your CleanBrowsing settings.
thanks!5 months, 4 weeks ago pujanmParticipant
I tried to use the “Family Filter”
with DNS: 220.127.116.11
but it did not block any content when accessed through VPN app.
What might be the reason for this?5 months, 2 weeks ago chumleyParticipant
we are working with the Chrome team and they will honor your CleanBrowsing settings
Daniel, I also saw the similar statement about Firefox in the news section. Can you please elaborate on how this is supposed to work?
I just did a quick test with FF 73.0.1 on Windows. The adult filter is setup in my router as the default dns, and filtering was working correctly. Then I enabled DoH in FF settings, closed FF, flushed dns cache, restarted FF, and observed that cleanbrowsing is bypassed. 🙁
This seems like a big problem now that Firefox is going to start enabling DoH by default. Any suggestions on deal with it at the router level?
Thanks5 months, 2 weeks ago zen2000Participant
I cannot get DoH to work with Firefox using the free security CleanBrowsing IP Address. I tested it with Cloudflare ESNI
I also changed IPv4 and v6 addresses in my router to CleanBrowsing IP addresses and checked with dns leak which shows no leak and correct Clean Browsing connection. Does DoH work with Security filters only?
These are my settings:
network.trr.bootstrapAddress; <i>18.104.22.168</i>5 months, 2 weeks ago seeforeParticipant
I have it also configured CleanBrowsing in a router and am using FF 73.0.1. These setting are working for me behind the router and also at other locations I don’t control DNS which is part of the point of using doh. The below must be configured through about:config in the address bar versus about:preferences > Network > Settings.
network.trr.uri: https://doh.cleanbrowsing.org/doh/family-filter/5 months, 2 weeks ago seeforeParticipant
I have it working with doh enabled in Firefox both behind a router setup with CleanBrowsing DNS and other locations where I can’t control DNS. I am using FireFox 73.0.1 also.
The below settings are working. You must configure this via about:config in the address bar vs preferences > network > setttings:
network.trr.uri: https://doh.cleanbrowsing.org/doh/family-filter/5 months, 1 week ago Simon JulouParticipant
Apologies if I’m wrong, but
Isn’t your bootstrap address for the adult filter (shouldn’t it be 22.214.171.124 for the family filter?)
or (if you are aiming to use the adult filter) shouldn’t your uris be https://doh.cleanbrowsing.org/doh/adult-filter/ ?4 months, 2 weeks ago PeterParticipant
So it doesn’t work by just adding the Clean Browsing domain into the custom field in Firefox?
Edit: by adding this one https://doh.cleanbrowsing.org/doh/family-filter/4 months ago seeforeParticipant
Simon, looks like I posted twice but yes you are correct and my error. Last time I tested I could not get it to work unless trr mode is 3 ie no failback mode also.
per:4 months ago PeterParticipant
So it doesn’t work by adding the Clean Browsing domain (“https://doh.cleanbrowsing.org/doh/family-filter/”) in the custom field?
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