Hi Kamoj,I really don't know how fast these hw-issues deteriorate. I'm just happy to find a way to extract the info.
I'm no HW expert - either.
All found errors have been corrected, but maybe you should keep an eye on it and see if it gets worn bad - because that's not good.
I have Uninstalled. 17 and installed. 18. Router looks physically fine. I'll let you know. TnxLook in Router Information for temperatures!
If critical anything can be broken, so take care your router!
Also if using OpenVPN e.g. switch off Turbo mode.
Hi, all. I'm trying to configure DNSCrypt to use our Cloudflare Gateway credentials. Simply, I just have to change the server to:
https://xxxxxxxxxx.cloudflare-gateway.com/dns-query (gateway ID redacted)
If I press "Get Current" under servers, I can see the current Cloudflare ones I've previously used. If I select and delete those, it says to type or paste my own servers here. When I do that and hit "save" it doesn't save it and just reverts to the plain old Cloudflare I previously had.
Any ideas how to implement this?
So what is the best way to input that server so that DNSCrypt will use it? If I modify the file, you're saying it would consider it an invalid server...Dnscrypt2 removes not valid servers.
You shall only write the short one word name of the server.
You can manually edit /etc/dnscrypt-proxy-2.toml
but that will not help if you declare invalid servers.
The invalid servers will still be in the configuration.
So what is the best way to input that server so that DNSCrypt will use it? If I modify the file, you're saying it would consider it an invalid server...