1.Disable IPv6. When generating a DNS Proxy, it will allow only devices from your IPv4 address to connect. If you are experiencing connection issues, we suggest turning off IPv6 on your device. To disable IPv6 on Windows, open Control Panel, navigate to Network and Sharing Center, click on Change adapter settings, right-click on your network connection, select Properties, and uncheck the box next to Internet Protocol Version 6 (TCP/IPv6), then click OK to save the changes.
2.Use a Static IP. If your IP changes often, it could cause issues authenticating to the DNS Proxy. Check with your ISP to see if you can get a static IP address, or remain on this page after generating the DNS Proxy, so if your IP changes then the new IP will become authorized to connect as well.
3.Understand the Limitations. A DNS Proxy is not a full proxy, it will only proxy DNS requests. This means any time your device looks up a website, domain, or hostname to resolve the IP address, the DNS Proxy will be used if configured correctly. The DNS Proxy does not work as a proxy for IPs, for example if you visit https://188.8.131.52 using a browser or any application that makes direct IP requests, then the DNS Proxy will be bypassed.