How can I make my work computer bypass NextDNS?
Hello, I have NextDNS setup on my router, behind my router I have a home personal computer, and a work computer.
NextDNS is causing some web scripting issues on some services my company uses and I would like to completely bypass NextDNS on my work computer.
Anyway to configure nextdns to ignore a private IP or mac-address coming from my work computer maybe?
Have you attempted to whitelist your companies web domain's and IP's within NextDNS's "Allowlist" once the addresses have been updated it can take a few minutes to flow through.
"Allowing a domain will automatically allow all its subdomains. Allowing takes precedence over everything else, including security features."
Short answer is No, there's no IP/MAC address exceptions in NextDNS.
Although, You can either setup a 2nd config with no blocklists and have your work computer use it's endpoints exclusively or you can keep your existing config but manually set alternative dns servers via Windows Network Settings for the work computer's wireless/wired connection. If you do the latter then you might have to disable "Block Bypass Methods" (if enabled and) if NextDNS intercepts the dns traffic to whatever else you set as the custom/alternative dns servers on your work machine