I have several vlans created. All devices attached to these vlans can access internet with no issue. I am using tomato build 132 on an asus rt-n66u router. When the windows 10 computer and windows xp computer is configured manually for dns no opendns oops! page but when the computers are set to obtain dns auto and use router for opendns the oops! page appears. I have the opendns servers, all 3, entered in the tomato dns settings. I tried all of the standard procedures flushdns and clear broswer cache. The opendns support has said "From what I can see right now, your router isn't actually able to use OpenDNS servers and send them out on your network. The NSLOOKUPs that you've performed proves this, along with the test you did by applying the OpenDNS servers directly on your computer(s)." Is there a bug in tomato build 132 with this? Thanks in advance.
I've been able to get opendns to work properly using the router by unchecking "use as dns" in the basic: ddns section. However after saving the change there was only one static dns server entry for opendns. I originally had 3 different opendns servers in the static dns section. The last 2 had 0.0.0.0 them. When I reenter the other opendns servers in place of the 0.0.0.0 entries, I lose internet service completely after saving. When I remove the last 2 entries, I regain internet service. Thanks in advance.
I found what the trouble was. I was using dnscrypt-proxy. I was using the 4armed resolver under basic:network:resolver. It did not work for opendns. I selected instead the cisco resolver and everything works now. Other resolvers may work I have yet to try them out. Anyhow, the other option to make it work was to not use dnscrypt-proxy. Opendns works fine now but the opendns support was not that helpful. They didn't seem to know the ins and outs of how to make it work. I had to experiment on my own to get things to work. I hope that this info will help out others.