Improve handling of DoH/DoT enabled devices. Devices with DoH/DoT enabled will be allowed to access the Internet but web site blocking and safe search will be kept intact (you need to check both “Enforce Access Control” and “Block literal IP addresses” on the profile).
Add DNS over HTTPS support. You can enable DoH on the Internet Settings page by selecting one of the supported DoH providers.
Add CleanBrowsing integration. If you have a CleanBrowsing account, you can enter your CleanBrowsing API token on the Access Control page to bring your CleanBrowsing profiles down to the router.
Block search engines without safe-search option when safe search is enabled
Minor bug fixes
Have your configuration backup ready. Create a backup of your current configuration file, if you don’t have one.
Click the “Check for Updates” button in the System Settings page. Follow the instructions to upgrade.
After successful upgrade, create a new router settings backup file from the System Settings page and save it in a safe place.
@casino You enter your CleanBrowsing API key on the router and the router will bring your CleanBrowsing profiles to the list of available DNS services. You can choose your CleanBrowsing profile from the dropdown. Without the integration, you’ll have to enter the DNS IP addresses manually by selecting “custom”.
If you enable DNS over HTTPS on the router, then the router will send the DNS queries using your individualized DoH URL for CleanBrowsing. This is more secure and more accurate than the normal DNS queries over UDP, especially when your Internet connection is behind Carrier Grade NAT (CGNAT).
You still need to log on the CleanBrowsing web site to control the filtering categories for each of your profiles.
@casino The controls in the Ad block Control page override the settings in the profile. The default ad blocking state for devices in a profile with ad blocking disabled is “no ad blocking”. But you can activate ad blocking on the “Ad block Control” page for each device.