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    I have a router in my apartment running Tomato firmware - this obviously works beautifully for my Desktop, wifi on my phone, and my laptop.

    However, I'm very intrigued by DNSCrypt and would love to install it on my Desktop in particular. Will having OpenDNS set on my router cause any sort of conflict with that?
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    No, it will be fine. The only deal with setting OpenDNS addresses in multiple places (which is essentially what you are doing by also running DNSCrypt) is that you have to keep this in mind if you ever have to do some DNS-related troubleshooting.
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      CommentAuthorjedisct1
    • CommentTimeJul 7th 2012
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    Why not run DNSCrypt on your router instead?

    Especially since you are running Tomato.

    See http://www.linksysinfo.org/index.php?threads/dnscrypt-preview.37031/
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    Uh, duh. I knew that.
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      CommentAuthorjedisct1
    • CommentTimeJul 7th 2012
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    By the way, the chicken-and-egg issue described by LanceThePants is now easier to solve: https://github.com/opendns/dnscrypt-proxy/commit/a8a3ad5e9ae725a400eeff0634db93fa04f0d1f0
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