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Jong

Hi,

 

I have a couple of questions.

I'm using TG with Viscosity on OS X.

 

I discovered that TG trough Viscosity (on the fly) set DNS. Google Public DNS.

 

I can change the DNS settings within Viscosity server preferences. Great!

- Does TG always set on the fly Google Public DNS?

 

I read in the documentation you mentioned "Static DNS".

- When we change DNS for Google Public DNS / OPEN DNS / .... ; Is that what you call "Static DNS"?

 

We can read everywhere DNS "last miles" may not be secured...

- Using TG + Viscosity + "Static DNS" ; Is that needed to use DNScrypt (http://dnscrypt.org/) or something similar?

- Yes? No? Why?

 

- What will be the benefit of using your SmartDNS offer instead of staying with Google or Open DNS?

 

We can read a lot on DNS and how to find the best DNS (primary / secondary / ...) (namebench / DNS Benchmark)

- Can you provide help / tips on how to set / chose the best?

 

- Is there a way to "Switch IP On The Fly"?

 

- Is there a way to "Chain" connections?

- If yes how?

 

Thank you in advance for your answers.

 

Regards,

 

J.

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Hi Jong, i believe your support ticket was answered, i hope everything was answered and if you need anything else let us know.

 

Regards

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Jong

Yes (still exchanging with the team)

I will compile answers to share with the community.

 

Thank you.

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