When used with –client or –pull, accept options pushed by server EXCEPT for routes, block-outside-dns and dhcp options like DNS servers.When used on the client, this option effectively bars the server from adding routes to the client’s routing table, however note that this option still allows the server to set the TCP/IP properties of the client’s TUN/TAP interface.

Hello, On a Windows 7 laptop, openvpn client 2.3.10 with "block-outside-dns" option enabled interferes with Microsoft NCSI active probing. As a result, after seconds of establishing the tunnel, Windows assumes there is no Internet connectivity on the (or .ovpn) file for the server that you are connecting to and add the following on a new line. For more information see the OpenVPN manual. block-outside-dns. OpenVPN 2.3.9 introduced the "block-outside-dns" command as a method to prevent DNS leaks under Windows by blocking access to VPN servers through  To fix this either remove block-outside-dns or use DNS server addresses Is there a way to force the client to ignore the "block-outside-dns" config pushed by Further questions on this is better handled in the openvpn-users mailing list. Push block-outside-dns (DNS leak/Windows 10). Post by TitianRob16 » Tue Jul 05, 2016 12:42 pm. Hi all, Firstly, you'll have to forgive me as I've never used  May 2, 2017 If you're using an OpenVPN client on Windows 10 and you use the block-outside- dns option to prevent DNS leaks then you may experience 

v2: Simplify the "add sublayer" code. Currently each instance of openvpn adds WFP filters into an independent sublayer. As a block in one sublayer can over-ride a permit in another, this

If you’re using an OpenVPN client on Windows 10 and you use the block-outside-dns option to prevent DNS leaks then you may experience some serious connection delays. The easiest way to fix the block-outside-dns connection issue is through the Network and Sharing Center, here’s how to do it:

block-outside-dns Don't forget to save the file before proceeding to the next steps of this tutorial. Now that the configuration files have been loaded into the proper folder for the application to detect them, let's open the OpenVPN GUI app itself. Double-click the shortcut on your desktop.

10/11/2017 DEFINE_GUID (OPENVPN_BLOCK_OUTSIDE_DNS_SUBLAYER, 0x2f660d7e, 0x6a37, 0x11e6, 0xa1, 0x81, 0x00, 0x1e, 0x8c, 0x6e, 0x04, 0xa2) VOID NETIOAPI_API_ InitializeIpInterfaceEntry (PMIB_IPINTERFACE_ROW Row) static void default_msg_handler (DWORD err, const char *msg) static DWORD add_sublayer (GUID uuid) DWORD Re: [Openvpn-devel] block-outside-dns and persist-tun Re: [Openvpn-devel] block-outside-dns and persist-tun From: ValdikSS - 2017-06-04 07:11:55 And for Windows users (OpenVPN +2.3.9) : block-outside-dns. share | improve this answer | follow | edited Jun 11 at 14:16. Community ♦ 1. answered Mar 9 '19 at 20:29. Soheyl Soheyl. 101 3 3 bronze badges. add a comment | Your Answer Thanks for contributing an answer to Unix & Linux Stack Exchange! Please be sure to answer the question. Provide details and share your research! But avoid I tried enabling the "block-outside-dns" on two tunnels that i normally have running in parallel and i get no DNS resolves at all. Disabling it for one tunnel enabled DNS again but only for that tunnel, as expected. I was expecting this to work so that both tunnels DNS servers would work, or at least one of them and that no leaks would appear on the native interface. Attachments (1) Capture 31/03/2019 It uses Windows Filtering Platform (WFP) and works on >> Windows Vista or later. >> >> --block-outside-dns is not an openvpn directive it cannot be used in >> a >> config file as such. > At least as I understood it, it is. Ahh .. it is not ' push "setenv-safe opt block-outside-dns" ' ( I presume this was a method used prior to 2.3.9 ) simply ' push "block-outside-dns" ' or in the client