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Does firefox use his own dns resolver / is there an about:config parameter in firefox to set up a dns resolver ?

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In my workplace, we have to use our own dns serveur to add local domains. I occasionally saw some problem on resolving local domain even when nslookup or another browser works fine, on windows 7 or mac os X. So, what if firefox has his own dns resolver (is there ? i know it's in the plan for the DoH upgrade), or is there a parameter i can set up to force one dns resolver ?

regards, Thank you

In my workplace, we have to use our own dns serveur to add local domains. I occasionally saw some problem on resolving local domain even when nslookup or another browser works fine, on windows 7 or mac os X. So, what if firefox has his own dns resolver (is there ? i know it's in the plan for the DoH upgrade), or is there a parameter i can set up to force one dns resolver ? regards, Thank you
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