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Configure MultiVPN DNS servers on Linux

Open a terminal. First of all, you must obtain superuser rights:

Using Ubuntu Linux as an example:


  [email protected]:~$ sudo bash
  [sudo] password for user:
  [email protected]:/home/user# id
  uid=0(root) gid=0(root) groups=0(root)
  [email protected]:/home/user#

For example, Fedora Linux:


  [[email protected] ~]$ su
  Password:
  [[email protected] user]# id
  uid=0(root) gid=0(root) groups=0(root)
  [[email protected] user]#

To start using the MultiVPN DNS servers on your system, run the command with super user rights:


  echo nameserver 192.71.244.22 > /etc/resolv.conf && echo nameserver 54.39.94.211 >> /etc/resolv.conf

After executing this command, the file /etc/resolv.conf will take the following form:


  nameserver 192.71.244.22
  nameserver 54.39.94.211

Now, your system uses MultiVPN DNS servers. These DNS only work with VPN servers of the MultiVPN network, for all other IP addresses, DNS queries will be ignored.

In the event of a disconnection from the OpenVPN server of the MultiVPN network, intentional disconnection from the VPN network, etc. - Your system will stop processing DNS queries, sites in the browser will stop opening until you reconnect to one of the MultiVPN network servers.

If you want to allow your system to process any DNS queries again, run the following command (with superuser rights):


  echo nameserver 1.1.1.1 > /etc/resolv.conf && echo nameserver 8.8.8.8 >> /etc/resolv.conf

After executing this command, the file /etc/resolv.conf will take the following form:


  nameserver 1.1.1.1
  nameserver 8.8.8.8


Linux instructions