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NextDNS Cli did not working at AsusWRT Merlin 386.10 ??

NextDNS Cli worked well at 384.18! But, after updating the firmware to AsusWRT Merlin 386.10,   the nextdns log command showed  that " Error: exit status 1 " .  Even uninstall/ reinstall  the cli or reboot router , the same message was showed !!  But the nextdns status command showed  that " running " .  So I was confused with the two different information, the NextDNS Cli  is working or not ? Hope it will fixed ASAP, thank you! 

AP:  ASUS AC86U

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  • RMerlin just released 386.1, so you are probably running 386.1 (“one”); not 386.10 (“ten”)?

    NextDNS cli works fine for me on that firmware version (on an ASUS RT-AC86u router)

    What does the test.nextdns.io web page report?

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      • Leonard
      • Leonard
      • 11 mths ago
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      Rob You are right! 386.1 is correct. The log page in https://my.nextdns.io/ showed some of my home devices had DNS queries by NextDNS CLI . So I think that the NextDNS cli should work. But the result of nextdns log command was the same as I posted before. The result of the "curl -sL https://test.nextdns.io " was
      {
              "status": "unconfigured",
              "client": "ipv6",
              "resolver": "61.220.3.5",
              "server": "vultr-tyo-1"
      }

      I will check https://test.nextdns.io again when I go back home. Thank you!

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      • Rob
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      • Rob
      • 11 mths ago
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      Leonard  I get this (redacted):

      {
          "status": "ok",
          "protocol": "UDP",
          "anycast": true
      }

      Note: I don't use IPv6 (my ISP does not support that yet).

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      • Leonard
      • 11 mths ago
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      Rob  I get this when I stay at home

      {
       "status": "ok",
       "protocol": "DOH",
       "configuration": "Random Word",
       "client": "my IP",
       "destIP": "193.36.119.188",
       "anycast": false,
       "server": "estnoc-tpe-1",
       "clientName": "nextdns-cli",
       "deviceName": "My client name",
       "deviceID": "Random Word",
       "deviceIP": "ipv6",
       "deviceModel": "mac: mac address"
      }

      So I confirmed that the NextDNS CLI worked in 386.1 .  But  I think the error message from nextdns log should be fixed ASAP.

      Thanks for your reply!  

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