Random_N00b Posted December 10, 2012 Share Posted December 10, 2012 The ISP I'm buying internet from has 3 DNS servers listed when I do an ipconfig /all (I know, Windows.), 2 OpenDNS servers and a server on the Default Gateway. I'm trying to bypass their DNS servers, which block some sites due to restrictive policies, and I'm sure they're doing some snooping. I thought about DNS tunneling, but I think that would still be seen by the DNS on the default gateway. I currently have a VPS running SSH and a web proxy set up that I'm tunneling my web traffic through. However, DNS requests are still being handled by the Default Gateway. Is there any way to completely tunnel my DNS traffic to avoid using their DNS Servers? Thank you in advance. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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