@_xhr_ I use my ISP's DNS servers - either assignled by DHCP or copy-pasted from DHCP to static config - because they're supposed to be closest to me and have a big cache.
@_xhr_ Can you explicit "Recursive Resolving"? I can only guess that means "local resolver", but... that's weirdly worded. I would answer "Recursive Resolving" even when using my ISP resolver if I was pedantic.
@x_cli Directly querying the root name servers with your local resolver.
@alm10965 Mainly desktop usage but all-in-one solution are also welcome :) I use DoT for both mobile and desktop usage.
@schenklklopfer @_xhr_ @Isegrimm Do you use our DNS servers with DNS-over-TLS? It's what we recommend.
@schenklklopfer @_xhr_ @Isegrimm Really? @kuketzblog says its as easy as installing unbound on the Pi-Hole: https://www.kuketz-blog.de/dns-over-tls-dot-in-android-routern-und-pi-hole/
I use unbound as a local resolver for my network at home and all devices receive the IP of the unbound server over DHCP
@_xhr_ I use good old normal DNS but not the ones set by my provider (DHCP) but some servers I set myself.
@nipos Any special servers? Privacy aware ones? Fast ones? Others...
@feld And where does your DoH tunnel ends?
@feld Yeah, both are quite fast.
However, I don't want to use them for privacy reasons. So I am using now a combination of own and public German DoT servers.
@feld Works for me here :)
@_xhr_ Sometimes I use PiHole and sometimes I use the 18.104.22.168 server...
At home: set of non-logging, not-filtering #DoT servers (including but not limited to #digitalcourage DNS) queried round-robin by a local #Unbound server used as upstream für #Pi-Hole running on a Pi-Zero.
@ulif Nice config and very similar to mine.
I've blogged in March about that theme, similar (in German) https://alm10965.wordpress.com/2019/03/28/iana-dns-server-gut-oder-boese/
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