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DNS Settings is ignored


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Hello

I have a custom DNS server on my internal network and wanted the LG webos to pass its DNS requests through it.

However when I configure the IP of my DNS server in the TV DNS settings, internet services still work but DNS queries don't go through my DNS server.

Why does the TV ignores my DNS settings ?

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Thank you for the answer, buddy!

I'm using a IPV4 network settings too, and the IPV6 it's disabled in the router, also in the TV network settings. But it still not working.
Could you tell me, please, how your router settings are set? If you don't mind, of course...

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I have a router with a closed firmware from my ISP so the settings are not very customizable.

I just know I have IPv6 enabled and I have a public facing IPv6 IP.

On the internal network though it works with IPv4. I didn't configure anything on my router except a static IPv4 DHCP lease for my internal DNS server which is a raspberry with PiHole installed.

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