Using a Surf SOHO with firmware 6.3.1.
**Question 1: **
For DHCP users, the router is giving out OpenDNS DNS servers: 18.104.22.168 and 22.214.171.124. Yet, computers using DHCP do not report the OpenDNS servers, they report that the IP address of the router is being used for DNS. **Why? **This is not a problem, assorted online tests confirm that OpenDNS is indeed being used, just a question as to why clients see the router IP address as their DNS server.
Note that DNS forwarding (Advanced ->Service Forwarding) is NOT enabled. Seems like that might have explained things.
Update: Some additional checking shows that I do have DNS Proxy (Network -> Network settings) enabled. Does that explain things?
**Question 2: **
I have noticed that some LAN devices using DHCP are not using OpenDNS for DNS. I have determined that they, at times, use Google’s DNS servers (126.96.36.199 and/or 188.8.131.52). Would DNS forwarding prevent this? Would it force *all *devices using DHCP to use the DNS servers I configured in the router (for OpenDNS)?