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Setting device name when using systemd-resolved on GNU/Linux

Is it possible to specify device name when using the systemd-resolved method?

I mean, I've successfully set NextDNS up by appending the following to /etc/systemd/resolved.conf:

DNS=45.90.28.0#PROFILE-ID.dns.nextdns.io
DNS=2a07:a8c0::#PROFILE-ID.dns.nextdns.io
DNS=45.90.30.0#PROFILE-ID.dns.nextdns.io
DNS=2a07:a8c1::#PROFILE-ID.dns.nextdns.io
DNSOverTLS=yes

 

And while this works just fine, this device requests are of course logged as originated from an unidentified device. So is it possible to somehow also specify the device name?

2 replies

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    • R_P_M
    • 1 yr ago
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    Just add the device name before your config ID. See the bottom of the setup page for DoT adding a name. 

      • Ivan.2
      • 1 yr ago
      • Reported - view

      Oooh, silly me, should've read more carefully. Yes, that works, thank you!

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