Yes, I think. Your browser will just make DoH request to the Cloudflare (or maybe other DoH service in future) and this request will be tunnelled via the PIA VPN. So definitely the browser will bypass the PIA DNS. Unless, as @ColinTaylor said above, the PIA DNS servers implement the canary test/block.What happens if you have some VPN service activated?
I use PIA (Private Internet Access) Client Application with Windows 10. I haven't configured my router to connect to PIA.
When I go to PIA Client App Settings - Network - Network Preferences - Name Servers, and choose for example "PIA DNS", will the DoH of Firefox (or Brave or Chrome or whatever in the future) bypass the PIA DNS as well?
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