Same for me, thats why I paid the 20$ to support the small team. Out of all the DNS services NextDNS provides the most customizability and is definitely worth it. (my personal opinion)But more seriously, if I can prove that 300 000 isn't enough for me, it won't be enough for basically everyone. Considering that I'm the one making most of the browsing in the house.
What I'm going to do is leave NextDNS at the router, for all the devices that are less configurable, but setting CloudFlare families on PC for more speed and compatibility. And this way the 300k queries must be more than enough.Same for me, thats why I paid the 20$ to support the small team. Out of all the DNS services NextDNS provides the most customizability and is definitely worth it. (my personal opinion)
https://doh3.dns.nextdns.io/YOUR-IDin your browser.
I am surprised you said this considering how much I have seen you praise NextDNS on here.True but DNS is always about milliseconds.
And if it works, why not use that extra speed?
If you scroll down to the world map on NextDNS you can see a ping from your side to their side.I am surprised you said this considering how much I have seen you praise NextDNS on here.
I personally use Cloud-flare because NextDNS is not even in the Top 10 resolvers in my area.
NextDNS is certainly much more configurable than cloud-flare when I test it out. If they improve their performance
at my location I would probably switch to NextDNS.
This sounds like a network problem not on your side.
You can easily check it in your NextDNS log. Tick on an entry and when you see the lock symbol, it's o.k.If we use NextDNS android app, without a custom configuration, what exactly is it doing? On playstore it claims to encrypt your traffic, so is it basically like Warp?