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    Solved RT-AC68U: In-router DNS resolution issues

    /facepalm So it seems like all along the WAN settings page was defaulting to the fail over interface rather than the primary one and I never noticed... As soon as I disabled dual WAN I got to see the actual WAN DNS settings which they were set to automatic instead of Cloudflare's. I'm so...
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    Solved RT-AC68U: In-router DNS resolution issues

    Actually, I do! It's set up as a fail over but can get rid of it. The background for that is that my previous ISP (Monkeybrains) used to be unreliable in my area, so I switched to AT&T. Monkeybrains charges in 3 month intervals so I kept it up as a backup while we still had service with them...
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    Solved RT-AC68U: In-router DNS resolution issues

    I think you guys are getting close to finding the culprit! Yes to the router bit, no to the VPN/Tor bit. I have an AT&T fiber router (BGW-320) set up as IP passthrough. [email protected]:/tmp/home/root# cat /tmp/resolv.conf nameserver 192.168.1.254 [email protected]:/tmp/home/root# cat...
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    Solved RT-AC68U: In-router DNS resolution issues

    Yes, that domain is unique to me. But the problem is the inability of the router to resolve any domains (while every other device in the LAN does fine). For example: [email protected]:/tmp/home/root# nslookup google.com Server: 192.168.1.254 Address 1: 192.168.1.254 nslookup: can't...
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    Solved RT-AC68U: In-router DNS resolution issues

    Just tried that to no avail. :/ Temporarily disabled these as well: Never forward non-FQDNs Never forward reverse lookups for private IP ranges
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    Solved RT-AC68U: In-router DNS resolution issues

    The device is a Synology NAS, pihole is running within a Docker container. The device has internet access from both the host and the container (the latter just checked by updating pihole's blacklist). The pihole is using Google's DNS as the upstream (which I believe to be the default?). Will...
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    Solved RT-AC68U: In-router DNS resolution issues

    Updated that! The Cloudflare IPs are reachable (pingable) from LAN devices if that's meaningful.
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    Solved RT-AC68U: In-router DNS resolution issues

    Thank you for all the suggestions. Updated the WAN DNS settings according to the suggestions (edited the post to reflect the changes). The router is still not able to resolve domains, though. :/
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    Solved RT-AC68U: In-router DNS resolution issues

    Thank you! Added the writeup of the settings. I believe they are set up as you suggest?
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    Solved RT-AC68U: In-router DNS resolution issues

    Note: Originally misclicked and created this thread way too early while starting to write it. Most of the content has been edited in. Apologies! Running Merlin: 386.3_2 I have my network setup to use a pihole DNS filter. The Asus router advertises the pihole's local IP as a DNS server on DHCP...
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