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Advanced Settings guide

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How to reach Advanced Settings

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Changing Advanced Settings may cause problems with AdGuard's performance, break the Internet connection, or compromise your security and privacy. Make changes to this section only if you are sure of what you are doing or our support team has asked you to do it.

To find Advanced Settings, open AdGuard, click the gear icon, select Advanced, then select Advanced Settings.

Advanced Settings

network.extension.exclude.domains

The listed domains will be excluded from filtering in the Network Extension mode. Use a comma or line break to separate values.

network.extension.exclude.ports

The listed ports will be excluded from filtering in the Network Extension mode. Use a comma or line break to separate values.

network.extension.route.exclude

The listed routes will be excluded from filtering in the Network Extension mode. Set routes using an IP address or destination CIDR. Separate values with commas or line breaks.

network.extension.http.downgrade.bundleids

Here you can specify a list of applications for which the HTTP/2 protocol will be downgraded to HTTP/1.1 in the Network Extension filtering mode. The bundle ID should be separated by a comma or a line break.

network.extension.monterey.force.split.tunnel

Here you can prohibit AdGuard from using the "default route" which is enabled by default in the Network Extension mode on macOS Monterey. AdGuard uses "default route" to disable iCloud Private Relay and Protect Mail Activity, as it cannot operate in unison with them.

You will find more information about the problem in this article.

network.extension.dns.redirect.exclude.bundleids

Here you can specify a list of applications that make DNS queries directly not via system DNS resolver (for example, some VPN clients or DNS filtering applications). DNS filtering will be disabled for them in the Network Extension mode. The bundle IDs should be separated by a comma or line break.

network.dns.filter.secure.request

Redirects secure DNS requests to a local DNS proxy, if there is one available.

network.https.ocsp.check

By setting true, you enable HTTPS certificate revocation checking.

network.tcp.keepalive.enabled

Periodically sends TCP packets over an idle connection to ensure that it remains active and to renew NAT timeouts.

network.tcp.keepalive.interval.seconds

Idle time, in seconds, before sending a keepalive probe. If 0 is specified, the system will use the default value.

network.tcp.keepalive.timeout.seconds

Time, in seconds, before sending another keepalive probe to an unresponsive peer. If 0 is specified, the value selected by the system will be used.

network.https.ech.enabled

Uses a local DNS proxy to look for configs in the ECH Config Lists. If found, encrypts ClientHellos.

network.https.enforce.certificate.transparency

Verifies the authenticity of all certificates for the domain based on Chrome Certificate Transparency Policy.

network.https.filter.http3.enabled

By setting true, you allow AdGuard to filter traffic sent over HTTP/3, the latest version of the HTTP protocol based on QUIC.

network.filtering.localnetwork

By setting true, you enable local network filtering.

network.filtering.localhost

By setting true, you enable LoopBack filtering.

dns.proxy.bootstrap.ips

Here you can enter the IP addresses of the DNS servers that will be used to determine the address of the encrypted DNS server.

dns.proxy.fallback.ips

Here you can specify a list of IP addresses of DNS servers that will be used as backups in case the encrypted DNS server fails to respond.

dns.proxy.fallback.on.upstreams.failure.enabled

Normal queries will be redirected to a fallback upstream if all normal upstreams fail.

dns.proxy.detect.search.domains

This option enables automatic detection of the local network domain, which will be automatically redirected to the fallback DNS server instead of the main DNS server.

dns.proxy.fallback.domains

Here you can list domains for which the fallback DNS server will be used instead of the main DNS server.

dns.proxy.adblockrules.blocking.mode

Here you can specify the type of DNS server response to blocked requests, corresponding to ad-blocker-style rules.

  • 0 — respond with REFUSED
  • 1 — respond with NXDOMAIN
  • 2 — respond with 0.0.0.0 or the addresses specified in dns.proxy.blocking.response.IPv4.address and/or dns.proxy.blocking.response.IPv6.address

dns.proxy.hostrules.blocking.mode

Here you can specify the type of DNS server response to blocked requests, corresponding to hosts rules:

  • 0 — respond with REFUSED
  • 1 — respond with NXDOMAIN
  • 2 — respond with 0.0.0.0 or the addresses specified in dns.proxy.blocking.response.IPv4.address and/or dns.proxy.blocking.response.IPv6.address

dns.proxy.blocking.response.IPv4.address

Here you can specify the IPv4 address that will be returned in response to blocked "A" requests when dns.proxy.adblockrules.blocking.mode or dns.proxy.hostrules.blocking.mode is set to the response type "ADDRESS".

dns.proxy.blocking.response.IPv6.address

Here you can specify the IPv6 address that will be returned in response to blocked "AAAA" requests when dns.proxy.adblockrules.blocking.mode or dns.proxy.hostrules.blocking.mode is set to the response type "ADDRESS".

dns.proxy.block.AAAA.requests

Here you can enable IPv6 DNS query blocking.

dns.proxy.blocked.response.TTL.in.seconds

Here you can specify the TTL (time to live) value that will be returned in response to a blocked request.

dns.proxy.parallel.upstream.queries.enabled

All upstreams are queried simultaneously. The first response is returned.

dns.proxy.servfail.on.upstreams.failure.enabled

Responds to upstream failure with a SERVFAIL packet.

dns.proxy.http3.enabled

Enables HTTP/3 for DNS-over-HTTPS upstreams to accelerate connection.

dns.proxy.block.encrypted.client.hello.response

Removes the Encrypted Client Hello parameters from responses.

stealth.antidpi.http.split.fragment.size

Adjusts the size of the HTTP request fragmentation. Accepted values: 1–1500. If an invalid size is specified, the system will use the default value.

stealth.antidpi.clienthello.split.fragment.size

This option specifies the size of TCP packet fragmentation, which helps avoid deep packet inspection. Accepted values: 1–1500. If an invalid size is specified, the system will use the default value.

stealth.antidpi.http.space.juggling

Adds extra space between the HTTP method and the URL and removes space after the "Host:" field.

stealth.antidpi.split.delay.millisecond

Here you can specify the delay, in milliseconds, after sending the first fragment, if fragmentation is performed.

subscription.link.interception.userscript

Activate this feature if you want AdGuard to automatically intercept the URLs of userscripts and open the installation window.

subscription.link.interception.filter

Activate this feature if you want AdGuard to automatically intercept subscription URLs (for example, abp:subscribe, etc.) and open the custom filter setup window.