Windows 10: OPEN VPN Google public DNS servers (Ipv4)
OPEN VPN Google public DNS servers (Ipv4)
Any better / faster public DNS servers than Google's 184.108.40.206 and 220.127.116.11 for using with Web browsing on OPENVPN. (IPV4)
Using the Google DNS's is OK but I'm sure they are collecting info all the time !!!! -- mind you Google just has SO MUCH I'm sure they can't do too much with it - mega information overload !!!.
I don't really want to use my own ISP's DNS servers - also they will be going to IPV6 any time at all. That's another issue BTW - for later !!!.
Opened it blocks bad sites as well 18.104.22.168 22.214.171.124
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