>>219>Default : yes
OP, what are you IP address settings ? Static or dynamic ? You might be catching your DNS settings over DHCP.
Where I'm living, and also everywhere else I guess, every damn modem use the google DNS services for their DHCP services.
It's just a default setting, so you might be able to edit it on the configuration webpage. But most of the time, those values are hard-coded inside the firmware, and thus you won't be able to modify it for soykaf.
If that's the case, the only option left is to completely disable the DHCP service of your modem, and to replace it with a homemade one, hosted on some old laptop laying around, or even better, on a good ol' raspberry-pi (low power consumption, and even smaller size than your actual modem).
Also wtf. >Wireless>Name : eth1