server: # Adjust path according to your distribution. # On some Debian installations, you may have to install "ca-certificates" package. tls-cert-bundle: /etc/ssl/certs/ca-certificates.crt forward-zone: name: "." forward-tls-upstream: yes # Lelux.fi Amsterdam forward-addr: 2001:bc8:2db9:100::853@853#resolver-eu.lelux.fi forward-addr: 126.96.36.199@853#resolver-eu.lelux.fi
More details can be found here.
For bootstrapping purposes,
188.8.131.52 on plaintext DNS on port 53 (default port) resolves
Alternatively you may hardcode
2001:bc8:2db9:100::853 in your hosts file.
Not available at the moment. You may use resolvers listed here.
unbound (resolver) + haproxy (dns-over-tls)
The resolver does support IPv4 and IPv6 and checks DNSSEC. Uncensored results (aka no adblocking or such).
The service is located in Amsterdam on a Online.net dedicated server.
I'm not interested about your data or browsing habits.In short:
I think that adblocking should be handled locally, here's some suggestions.