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How can I tell if Firefox has disabled DNS over HTTPS even if I have enabled it?

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Hello, I've recently read that Firefox can disable DNS over HTTPS even if I've set it be on. How can I tell if Firefox is using DNS over HTTPS? I can't see anything obvious in any of the About pages. I'm using the Portable Apps version of Firefox. Thanks.

Hello, I've recently read that Firefox can disable DNS over HTTPS even if I've set it be on. How can I tell if Firefox is using DNS over HTTPS? I can't see anything obvious in any of the About pages. I'm using the Portable Apps version of Firefox. Thanks.

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hi, you can see if dns-over-https is in use by going to about:networking#dns

in there the "TRR" column will show true for every hostname that got resolved through dns-over-https.

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hi, you can see if dns-over-https is in use by going to about:networking#dns

in there the "TRR" column will show true for every hostname that got resolved through dns-over-https.

hi, you can see if dns-over-https is in use by going to ''about:networking#dns'' in there the "TRR" column will show true for every hostname that got resolved through dns-over-https.
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Thanks @philipp, that's exactly what I wanted :)

Thanks @philipp, that's exactly what I wanted :)
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