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The OpenWrt Project is a Linux operating system targeting embedded devices, which is often used as an open-source solution for routers. This guide covers setting Quad9 in the DNS forwarder settings. When using your OpenWrt router as a DNS server, it will forward DNS requests to Quad9.
0. Log into your LuCI control panel, typically at
1. Navigate to Network -> DHCP and DNS
2a. Set 184.108.40.206 and 220.127.116.11, or the addresses of your preferred Quad9 service in the "DNS forwardings" input fields.
|2b. If your network supports IPv6, you can also add 2620:fe::fe and 2620:fe::9, or the IPv6 addresses of your preferred Quad9 service.|
|3. Click Save & Apply at the bottom. Since you are not changing the DHCP settings, the change should be instantaneous after this.|