Abount DNS servers

Hello.
About https://www.privacytools.io/providers/dns/. I tested every single DNS server in that page: for me it works CZ.NIC and ADGuard only, the other none! I added some other server that works to my /etc/resolv.conf.

## sudo chattr +i /etc/resolv.conf
## sudo systemctl restart network-online.target

options timeout:1
options attempts:1
options rotate
options single-request

## https://www.privacytools.io/providers/dns/
## https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Public_recursive_name_server#List_of_public_DNS_service_operators

# dns.watch
nameserver 84.200.69.80 
nameserver 84.200.70.40
# nic.cz/odvr
nameserver 193.17.47.1
nameserver 185.43.135.1
# mullvad dns
nameserver 193.138.218.74
# dismail.de, filtering
nameserver 159.69.114.157
nameserver 80.241.218.68
# adguard, filtering
nameserver 176.103.130.130
nameserver 176.103.130.131
# blahdns, filtering--sometimes not work
#nameserver 95.216.212.177
#nameserver 45.32.55.94
#nameserver 159.69.198.101
# dnswarden, the first filtering--sometimes not work
#nameserver 116.203.70.156
#nameserver 116.203.35.255
# securedns--sometimes not work
#nameserver 146.185.167.43
# snopyta--sometimes not work
#nameserver 95.216.24.230
# nixnet--sometimes not work
#nameserver 198.251.90.114

you have a lot of dns, lol


for myself i use dnscrypt-proxy with anonymous dns feature or you can just use 2 of dns server at opennic (dns servers at open nic created by people like you and me so i trust them over companies that run dns servers)

Welcome,

We are only listing encrypted DNS servers that resolv.conf doesn’t support directly, you will need to configure something like systemd-resolved, unbound or dnscrypt-proxy and point your resolv.conf there.

If you use something directly in resolv.conf, it will be through plain DNS without encryption. Also resolv.conf will only support three nameserver lines at a time on most Linux distributions.

Thank you both for the info.