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  1. Hi all I just got AirVPN and am very happy with the service. The teams dedication to anonymity is not met by any other provider. I just have a few questions that vaguely relate to the service, but are also more general. I scoured the internet for hours trying to find answers to these specific questions but I couldn't find a direct answer from someone who knew what they were talking about. Ok, here goes: 1.I have come to understand that the system defaults for DNS are that it points to a LAN address, e.g 192.168.x.x for the DNS resolver. And this is because the DNS address is stored in my wireless router? Is that right? And how would I go about changing the default (if I ever wanted to.)? 2.If you use a vpn of any vendor, be it AirVPN, PIA or IPVanish, and use either their client software, or the openvpn gui, the system automatically changes the DNS resolver address for the period of you being connected to that VPN session. And I know that DNS leaks are when you get a thing I think is called 'split tunneling' where the DNS resolver is left as standard and even though your internet traffic is being routed through the encrypted VPN tunnel, your DNS requests are still going to your ISP. BUT, what about using a 3rd party DNS like openDNS, will any DNS resolver be routed through the VPN tunnel except the ISP's one? Thanks in advance!
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