Level 9
Aug 10, 2013
@Kees1958 Just did that: I added Adguard DNS over HTTPS setting in FF. The leaktest shows only ONE server (which belongs to adguard) Untitled.jpg
It shows one server now with Network protection "on".
When I want to do it for the global OS it also works when I enter the Adguard Dns Crypt IP under IP4 in ethernet (one server with network protection "on").

Afaik the DNS leaktest should also work for DNS leaks when you change your DNS. When I see my ISP name in the results something is broken. An encrypted DNS shouldn't show that. At least that's the way I understood it. And when it works it does exactly that (show only servers from the chosen DNS provider in the results and not my ISP name at all)
I know it's not an VPN I just want like my ISP enough to not use another DNS that's not theirs.
I never thought I would have to use redundancy's (in different places of the OS) when I use DNS Servers. I thought I just activate it (e.g. in Adguard Desktop) and be done with it.

Thank you both for your time and help.
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