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NextDNS Blocks OpenWeb Comments Element

Hello,

I have disabled different features in dashboard and removed all blocklists from blocklist.

I still cannot get OpenWeb comments element loaded. As soon as I changed DNS services to different DNS provider, I saw comments element working.

I use Chrome on Android and Samsung Browser to browse websites.

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  • Did you look at your logs?

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      • Boris
      • Boris
      • 9 days ago
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      DynamicNotSlow I see website where comments element does not appear and I see OpenWeb website. What does that mean?

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    • Boris I don't understand your comment

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      • Boris
      • Boris
      • 9 days ago
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      DynamicNotSlow What I am supposed to look for in logs?

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    • Boris blocked domains

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      • Boris
      • Boris
      • 8 days ago
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      DynamicNotSlow Thanks. Found it. How long does it take to see changes after I allow domain?

      I use "NextDNS Ads & Trackers Blocklist". Where do I submit suggestion to allow domain?

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    • Boris the changes should work immediately. Sometimes it can take few minutes.

      Also reboot your devices to clear faulty Caches.

       

      False positives can be reported at Issues · nextdns/metadata (github.com)

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      • Boris
      • Boris
      • 8 days ago
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      DynamicNotSlow You mean browser's cache or DNS cache? Can I do something like "ipconfig /flushdns" without rebooting smartphone? 

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    • Boris yeah I mean device cache so rebooting device is easiest way to do that

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      • Boris
      • Boris
      • 8 days ago
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      DynamicNotSlow Is there a way to clear device's cache without rebooting it?

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      • Martheen
      • Martheen
      • 8 days ago
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      Boris Cache have TTL, and they rarely last longer than an hour

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      • Boris
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      Martheen Device's cache? 

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      • Martheen
      • 8 days ago
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      Boris We're talking about DNS, so cache has a specific TTL, they're cached by OS and apps. You also said it work immediately when you switched the server, so just switch back and forth to cycle the cache clean.

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      • crssi
      • crssi
      • 8 days ago
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      Boris 

      If on Wifi, disable wifi, wait a few seconds, enable wifi.

      Or enable airplaine mode, wait a few second, disable airplane mode.

       

      Cheers

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