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Block ads and tracker


How to block ads on router level?
The answer is DNS ad blocking.

It can be set up literally on any platform — PC, Mac, Android, iOS, etc.

You can even set it up on your router to block ads on all devices connected to your home Wi-Fi network.

Keep your anonymity


Blahdns allows you to use a specific encrypted protocol — DNS over HTTPS/2.

DNS requests are encrypted, which protects you from possible request interception and subsequent eavesdropping and/or alteration.

Every DNS request comes with DNSSEC

No logs and open


We will never log your IP address

We also support OpenNIC top-level domains

No logs

Always free to use


Our servers

Tokyo, Japan

  • IPv4

    108.61.201.119

  • IPv6

    2001:19f0:7001:1ded:5400:01ff:fe90:945b

  • Recommend: Dns over HTTPs / TLS

    https://doh.blahdns.com/dns-query
    sdns://AgcAAAAAAAAAAAAPZG9oLmJsYWhkbnMuY29tCi9kbnMtcXVlcnk

    tls_authname: dns.jp.blahdns.com
    port: 853

Frankfut, Germany

  • IPv4

    217.61.0.97

  • IPv6

    2a03:a140:10:2461::1

  • Dns over TLS

    tls_auth_name: dns.jp.blahdns.com
    port: 853

News

DNS over HTTPS (DoH)
DNS over HTTPS is a new protocol designed to encrypt and secure DNS traffic over HTTPS (or HTTP/2).
It prevents DNS hijacking and ISPs from sniffing your traffic. We built an anycast network for our DoH service to give you a good performance.

alternative: https://doh.datt.pw/dns-query

Encrypted DNS - DNS over TLS
DNS over TLS support is available on all our services through port 853.
DNS over TLS encrypts and authenticates all your DNS traffic to protect your privacy and prevent DNS hijacking and sniffing.
Client software support: Stubby, Unbound

Accordion with Images:

The Domain Name System (DNS) is the phonebook of the Internet. Humans access information online through domain names, like nytimes.com or espn.com. Web browsers interact through Internet Protocol (IP) addresses. DNS translates domain names to IP addresses so browsers can load Internet resources.

Each device connected to the Internet has a unique IP address which other machines use to find the device. DNS servers eliminate the need for humans to memorize IP addresses such as 192.168.1.1 (in IPv4), or more complex newer alphanumeric IP addresses such as 2400:cb00:2048:1::c629:d7a2 (in IPv6).

How to setup

  • 1. Open System Preferences
  • 2. Search for DNS Servers and select it from the dropdown.
  • 3. Click the + button to add a DNS Server and enter IPv4/6
  • 4. Click Ok, then click Apply.
  • 5. You’re all set! Your device now has faster, more private DNS servers ✌️✌️
  • 1. Click on the Start menu, then click on Control Panel.
  • 2. Click on Network and Internet.
  • 3. Click on Change Adapter Settings.
  • 4. Right click on the Wi-Fi network you are connected to, then click Properties .
  • 5. Select Internet Protocol Version 4 (or Version 6 if desired).
  • 6. Click Properties.
  • 7. Click Use The Following DNS Server Addresses.
  • 8. Replace those addresses with the Blahdns addresses
  • 9. You’re all set! Your device now has faster, more private DNS servers ✌️✌️
  • 1. Enter your router’s gateway IP address in your browser, exp. 192.168.1.1
  • 2. In your router’s configuration page, locate the DNS server settings. (DHCP/WAN)
  • 3. Replace those addresses with the Blahdns addresses
  • 4. Save your settings, then restart your router.
  • 5. You’re all set! Your device now has faster, more private DNS servers ✌️✌️