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How to enable DNS via Firefox in Firefox



  Firefox logo

DNS via HTTPS (DoH) helps protect your privacy and security online by encrypting DNS searches. Mozilla will automatically enable DoH for some Firefox users, but only if they live in the US ̵
1; and it may take a few weeks before it is rolled out. This is how all Firefox users can enable it today.

To enable DoH, click on the three horizontal bars in the upper right corner of Firefox and then select the "Options" button. (Click on "Preferences" if you use macOS.)

  Firefox options or preferences

Locate the "Network Settings" heading and then click the "Settings" button.

  Firefox Network Settings

Scroll down to "Enable DNS via HTTPS" and check or uncheck the corresponding box to enable or disable the setting.

  Firefox connection settings

When you enable DNS via HTTPS in this way, Firefox uses Cloudflare DNS by default. You can change your DNS by using the & # 39; Use Provider drop-down menu & # 39; clicking on & # 39; NextDNS & # 39; to use the alternative chosen by Mozilla or to & # 39; Custom & # 39; to enter your desired DNS server address manually. However, DNS via HTTPS only works if your selected DNS server has enabled support for this. You cannot just use an old DNS server.

Even if you don't manually enable DoH, Firefox will automatically enable it for you in the coming weeks – assuming you are in the US We expect Mozilla to automatically enable DoH for people in other countries in the future as well.



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