Add custom dns server by cloudflare with https

maximumdns

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I’m having trouble adding a new custom DNS server in AdGuard Pro for iOS. Can you see screenshot?

I want to add the dns by Cloudflare https://1.1.1.1 and https://1.0.0.1

How do I do it? Cloudflare is a lot faster and it sounds like it’s very secure because it uses https.

“By using DNS over HTTPS (DoH) you can transparently offer enhanced security to your customers while improving the speed of your devices. Even better, you can do it at no cost, both in terms of licensing and customer’s privacy. Learn more about 1.1.1.1 and our DNS over HTTPS (DoH) support in our Developer Docs.”
 

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Boo Berry

Moderator + Beta Tester
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Try adding them without the https:// as it doesn't need that part - IP addresses only, which would be...

1.1.1.1
1.0.0.1
 

maximumdns

New Member
Try adding them without the https:// as it doesn't need that part - IP addresses only, which would be...

1.1.1.1
1.0.0.1
Sorry but I am trying to use DNS over HTTPS (DoH) for the added security. It's unclear if Adguard Pro supports DoH yet.

@avatar @zebrum - is this possible? Only an admin or developer would know for certain.
 

maximumdns

New Member
We plan to add DoH support eventually, but no specific ETA yet.
Thanks for the reply vasily , I really look forward to DoH and hope it gets priority.

I’ve found Cloudflare DNS to be considerably faster (<40ms) compared to AdGuard DNS (always >250ms). Maybe adding them as an upstream provider might improve AdGuard DNS???

Right now I’ve decided I’ll have to use Cloudflare DNS without security :( Fortunately I can still keep system wide filtering on with, Privacy Settings / Subscriptions / AdGuard SDN filter & some other filter lists too.

Cheers guys!
 

Ethan Ewers

New Member
This is most likely due to relatively low amount of servers we have yet.
Could you manually input the cloud fare dns into the WiFi’s settings and set AdGuard to “system settings”? Aside from having to manually type in 1.1.1.1 and 1.0.0.1 for every internet connection. ?
 
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