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Help me fix this shit. https://archive.arisuchan.jp/q/res/2703.html#2703

Kalyx ######


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 No.219

>ancient laptop serving as kodi box is dead, no spare hardware

>need cheap way to get some video on the tv


>get roku stick instead of a chromecast or android box, to continue avoiding all things google in personal life


>hmm this autoplaying of video and audio trailers while browsing netflix is really annoying, I wonder if there's anything in the settings that can stop that


>idly flip through all settings options


>wait what's this in network info


>MOTHERFUCKING HARD-CODED GOOGLE DNS SERVERS IN ROKU NETWORK STACK, and I know they're hardcoded, BECAUSE I SURE AS soykaf DIDN'T SET THEM UP ON MY ROUTER


>oh, look at the time, it's null-route-that-soykaf o'clock


It really makes one wonder what other networked gadgets have this sort of hard-coded link to Google "eternal data retention" DNS. Fucking Roku.

 No.222

Block it at the firewall level. God you should of done this already.

+1 Point if you direct all 8.8.8.8 traffic to openDNS

 No.224


 No.228

>>222
It's now Cisco OpenDNS/Umbrella. Use OpenNIC instead.

https://www.opennic.org/

 No.229

>>228
Good point,

 No.416

IoT was a mistake.

It's nothing but trash.

 No.679

>>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).

Godspeed OP.

Also wtf.
>Wireless
>Name : eth1

 No.692

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>>679
>google DNS services for their DHCP services

Fucking Gross, the DNS is well known as a honeypot.

I wonder if its possible to redirect the DNS to a local DNS server without the google software spazing out?

I know my last android device didn't like it.

>Also wtf.

Some Wireless card present themselves as Ethernet adapters with hubs. Then are controlled over a Serial connection.

This was really early stuff though.

 No.693

>>692
Actually that's how almost all Wireless cards work at the driver level; especially in Windows but also often in Linux.

Which is why when you open up Wireshark you lose all the Layer 2 802.11 information unless you do Shenanigans.



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