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Topic: Changeover DNS of addresses by a router does not change IP the address and does not hide the provider...

All greetings... I Try to understand as chain ISP-Modem-Router works. Came on the router, changed DNS IP addresses. Thus default gateway and ip the address did not exchange. Began to check through dnsleaktest.com - in the beginning shows ip the address produced by mine ISP, I push buttons the test shows absolutely others IP and ISP! I come on www.whoismyisp.org shows ip the address produced by mine ISP and most ISP. I so understand, what all the Internet requests should go through new DNS? And how then it is defined ISP? In what sense of substitution DNS of addresses if all the same you get on the ISP? At changeover DNS of addresses new DNS the server unless should not give new IP? Or I do not understand something... VPN I already tried, it is necessary c DNS to understand...

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Re: Changeover DNS of addresses by a router does not change IP the address and does not hide the provider...

Hello, RusDady, you wrote: RD> All greetings... RD> I Try to understand as chain ISP-Modem-Router works. RD> Came on the router, changed DNS IP addresses. RD> thus default gateway and ip the address did not exchange. Also should not and they cannot  because of change dns servers. DNS it is necessary for (I quote ) IP address derivings on host name (the computer or the device), derivings of the information on routing of mail, servicing nodes for protocols in the domain To providers DNS directly too it is not connected in any way (though they and give DNS servers for the users). For functioning "ISP-Modem-Router" any DNS it is not necessary, it separately, level above.

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Re: Changeover DNS of addresses by a router does not change IP the address and does not hide the provider...

Hello, RusDady, you wrote: RD> In what sense of substitution DNS of addresses if all the same you get on the ISP? Sites which check yours IP use the DNS-servers RD> At changeover DNS of addresses new DNS the server unless should not give new IP? RD> Or I do not understand something... You confuse the DNS-server which by name the site produces its IP address and the DHCP-server which after an input you in a network produce an IP address to you.

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Re: Changeover DNS of addresses by a router does not change IP the address and does not hide the provider...

Hello, RusDady, you wrote: RD> VPN I already tried, it is necessary c DNS to understand... There is a good book "TCP/IP close up", in a network lies from the beginning zero in a type html.

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Re: Changeover DNS of addresses by a router does not change IP the address and does not hide the provider...

Hello, Maniacal, you wrote: M> Hello, RusDady, you wrote: RD>> In what sense of substitution DNS of addresses if all the same you get on the ISP? M> Sites which check yours IP use the DNS-servers RD>> At changeover DNS of addresses new DNS the server unless should not give new IP? RD>> Or I do not understand something... M> you confuse the DNS-server which by name the site produces its IP address and the DHCP-server which after an input you in a network produce an IP address to you. And DHCP after all broad gulls does not save also lock does not do? Only DNS the server? And then ISP all the same sees all connections and can lock them?

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Re: Changeover DNS of addresses by a router does not change IP the address and does not hide the provider...

Hello, RusDady, you wrote: RD> And DHCP after all broad gulls does not save also lock does not do? Only DNS the server? And then ISP all the same sees all connections and can lock them? https://www.intuit.ru/studies/courses/3 … ture/20103 https://www.intuit.ru/studies/courses/2/2/info https://www.intuit.ru/studies/courses/9 … ture/23027

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Re: Changeover DNS of addresses by a router does not change IP the address and does not hide the provider...

Hello, RusDady, you wrote: RD> And then ISP all the same sees all connections and can lock them? Yes, can and DNS to change, therefore still read about VPN