I would like to set up Cloudflare DNS server on my router. I want to enable the ‘DNS’ over TLS (DoT)’ option for additional security measure. I have read in some Cloudflare blog web hosting post that it supports DNS over TLS (DoT) option, but what I need is also so called ‘Resolved Names of the DNS Server’ in order to set up this option and I couldn’t find this information anywhere.
Can someone help me with what information should I put in here? Note that I am also using DNSv6 server configuration on my router.
Not entirely sure what they mean by “fully resolved” but the IP and hostname variants of 220.127.116.11’s DoT is available at https://developers.cloudflare.com/18.104.22.168/encryption/dns-over-tls/#how-it-works
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