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ProxyDNS v1.0.2

A tool to bypass DNS-based internet censorship when port 53, or even DNS packets themselves, are blocked by a firewall.

Download for Raspberry Pi

  • Extract the contents of this zip to a FAT32 formatted SD card and insert it into your Raspberry Pi (B/B+/2/3/3B+).
  • Only supports Ethernet, not WiFi!

Source Code

  • You must run rpi_image.sh with sudo, and change CCPREFIX to match your ARM compiler path!

Bugs

  • It never renews the DHCP lease (on embedded version)
  • It doesn't support IPv6

To find DNS servers not on port 53

Servers in order of best to worst:

Google

8.8.8.8 5353 / 8.8.4.4 5353

Unlocator

https://support.unlocator.com/customer/portal/articles/1440517-how-to-bypass-dns-hijacking

185.37.37.37 54 / 185.37.39.39 54

Getflix

https://getflix.zendesk.com/hc/en-gb/articles/203482554-Can-I-bypass-transparent-DNS-filters-and-hijacking-with-DD-WRT-Linux-routers-

go to https://www.getflix.com.au/setup/overview - all are port 5300

Unotelly

http://help.unotelly.com/support/solutions/articles/199416-how-to-bypass-dns-filters-hijacking-with-dd-wrt

122.248.238.233 5353 / 46.165.219.110 5353

Smart DNS Proxy

http://support.smartdnsproxy.com/customer/portal/articles/1666197-bypass-transparent-dns-proxy-with-a-dd-wrt-router

23.21.43.50 1512 54.229.171.243 1512