(8) Custom DNS Servers on MikroTik

  • From Category5 Technology TV S13E32
  • July 1, 2020

Setting up a custom DNS server on your MikroTik router is easy ... once you know where to look. For our demonstration, we'll use a locally-installed Pi-hole ad-blocking DNS server, assigned a static IP address by our MikroTik DHCP server. We'll learn how to set our custom DNS entry for both the entire network, and individual network interfaces, as well as how to disable the DNS servers automatically detected from your ISP.

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MikroTik hAP Routers

MikroTik routers are a disruptive technology. They empower both consumers and businesses to deploy a rock-solid router platform with enterprise-grade features usually only found in devices that are 10x the price.

Note: The one we chose for our series is the hAP AC RouterBoard RB962UIGS, though you can choose one whose hardware suits your needs. The software, interface and related capabilities are the same for all RouterOS devices, so you'll still be able to follow along with the series.

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