AdGuard DNS

AdGuard DNS is a foolproof way to block Internet ads that does not require installing any applications. It is easy to use, absolutely free, easily set up on any device, and provides you with minimal necessary functions to block ads, counters, malicious websites, and adult content.
How to setup?
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How it works?
Blocks ads everywhere
Block throughout the whole system. This includes video ads and ads in your favorite apps, browsers, games, and on any website you can imagine. Dozens of ad filters are available to you and are updated on a regular basis, guaranteeing the best filtering quality.
Cares about your privacy
We value the privacy of your personal data above anything else. With AdGuard, you will be safe from online trackers and analytics systems that lurk on the web trying to steal your sensitive information.
Family protection mode
Use the Family protection mode to block access to all websites with adult content and enforce safe search in the browser, in addition to the regular perks of ad blocking and browsing security.
Customize filtering
Don't want a particular app or browser to be filtered for whatever reason? No problem — one tap and it is excluded from filtering.
AdGuard DNS is a fast and easy way to block ads on any device and protect kids online!
Perguntas Frequentes
What is DNS?
DNS stands for Domain Name System. Think of it as of "address book" of the Internet: your browsers and apps use it to translate domain names that make no sense to them into IP addresses that they can understand.
What is AdGuard DNS?
AdGuard DNS is a free, privacy-oriented DNS resolution system that blocks tracking, ads and phishing. You can use it instead of your current DNS provider.
How does AdGuard DNS work?
When you use AdGuard DNS, every time a browser or an app sends a "bad" request, our server does not reply with an IP address, but sends back a null response instead. AdGuard has a database of domain names that serve for ad, tracking and fraud purposes, and this database is regularly updated.
What can AdGuard DNS do?
We offer two different modes. "Default" mode is for blocking ads, trackers and malware phishing websites. "Family protection" does the same, but also blocks websites with adult content and enforces "Safe search" option in browsers that provide it.
What makes AdGuard privacy-oriented?
AdGuard DNS takes several measures to ensure your privacy safety. We support DNSCrypt, DNS-over-HTTPS (DoH) and DNS-over-TLS (DoT) protocols.
What is DNSCrypt?
Instead of a regular client-server interaction protocol, AdGuard DNS allows you to use a specific encrypted protocol — DNSCrypt. Thanks to it, all DNS requests are being encrypted, which protects you from possible request interception and subsequent eavesdropping and/or alteration.
What are DoH and DoT?
They are modern secure DNS protocols that gain more and more popularity and will become the industry standards for the foreseeable future. Both are more reliable than DNSCrypt and both are supported by AdGuard DNS.
Why is AdGuard DNS free? What’s the catch?
We use AdGuard DNS functionality as a part of other AdGuard software, most of which are distributed on a pay-to-use basis. We might also develop a paid version of AdGuard DNS based on the current one, more advanced and with more features.
What devices can I use AdGuard DNS with?
There are no restrictions for which devices you can use it with. You can find a separate configuration manual for each platform on this page.
What ports does AdGuard DNS use?
AdGuard DNS uses default port 53. In case port 53 is blocked or unavailable, use port 5353 instead.
I have some troubles or questions that are not covered by this FAQ. What do I do?
I have some troubles or questions that are not covered by this FAQ. What do I do? You will find everything related to AdGuard DNS on GitHub, or you can just ask us by contacting our support: support@adguard.com. We will answer you as soon as possible.
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Setup guide
Windows
macOS
Android
iOS
Ubuntu
Router
DNS Privacy
Windows
Open Control Panel through Start menu or Windows search
Go to Network and Internet category and then to Network and Sharing Center
On the left side of the screen find Change adapter settings and click on it
Select your active connection, right-click on it and choose Properties
Find Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IP) in the list, select it and then click on Properties again
Choose Use the following DNS server addresses and enter these:
176.103.130.130
176.103.130.131
for "Default" servers;
176.103.130.132
176.103.130.134
for "Family protection" servers.
You can use
2a00:5a60::ad1:0ff
2a00:5a60::ad2:0ff
and
2a00:5a60::bad1:0ff
2a00:5a60::bad2:0ff
addresses respectively for Internet Protocol Version 6 instead.
macOS
Click on Apple icon and go to System Preferences
Click on Network
Select the first connection in your list and click Advanced
Select the DNS tab and add following addresses to the list of DNS servers:
176.103.130.130
176.103.130.131
for "Default" servers;
176.103.130.132
176.103.130.134
for "Family protection" servers.
You can use
2a00:5a60::ad1:0ff
2a00:5a60::ad2:0ff
and
2a00:5a60::bad1:0ff
2a00:5a60::bad2:0ff
addresses respectively for Internet Protocol Version 6 instead.
Android
From the Android Menu home screen, tap Settings
Tap Wi-Fi on the menu. The screen listing all of the available networks will be shown (it is impossible to set custom DNS for mobile connection)
Long press the network you're connected to, and tap Modify Network
On some devices, you may need to check the box for Advanced to see further settings. To adjust your Android DNS settings, you will need to switch the IP settings from DHCP to Static.
Change set DNS 1 and DNS 2 values to following:
176.103.130.130
176.103.130.131
for "Default" servers;
176.103.130.132
176.103.130.134
for "Family protection" servers.
You can use
2a00:5a60::ad1:0ff
2a00:5a60::ad2:0ff
and
2a00:5a60::bad1:0ff
2a00:5a60::bad2:0ff
addresses respectively for Internet Protocol Version 6 instead.
iOS
From the home screen, tap Settings
Choose Wi-Fi in the left menu (it is impossible to configure DNS for mobile networks)
Tap on the name of the currently active network
In the DNS field enter our DNS addresses:
176.103.130.130
176.103.130.131
for "Default" servers;
176.103.130.132
176.103.130.134
for "Family protection" servers.
You can use
2a00:5a60::ad1:0ff
2a00:5a60::ad2:0ff
and
2a00:5a60::bad1:0ff
2a00:5a60::bad2:0ff
addresses respectively for Internet Protocol Version 6 instead.
Ubuntu
Click on Network Icon (top-right panel by default) and click on Edit Connections to open Network Connections Manager.
Find your connection name, highlight it and click on Edit
Now click on IPv4 Settings tab and change the Method to Automatic (DHCP) addresses only.
Type in IP addresses of our DNS servers, separated by commas to the DNS Servers field:
176.103.130.130
176.103.130.131
for "Default" servers;
176.103.130.132
176.103.130.134
for "Family protection" servers.
You can use
2a00:5a60::ad1:0ff
2a00:5a60::ad2:0ff
and
2a00:5a60::bad1:0ff
2a00:5a60::bad2:0ff
addresses respectively for Internet Protocol Version 6 instead.
Click on «Save».
Router
Open the preferences for your router Usually you can access it from your browser via a URL (like http://192.168.0.1/ or http://192.168.1.1/). You may be asked to enter the password. If you don't remember it, you can often reset the password by pressing a button on the router itself. Some routers have a specific application which should be already installed on your computer in that case.
Find the DNS settings Look for the DNS letters next to a field which allows two or three sets of numbers, each broken into four groups of one to three numbers.
Enter our DNS server addresses there:
176.103.130.130
176.103.130.131
for "Default" servers;
176.103.130.132
176.103.130.134
for "Family protection" servers.
You can use
2a00:5a60::ad1:0ff
2a00:5a60::ad2:0ff
and
2a00:5a60::bad1:0ff
2a00:5a60::bad2:0ff
addresses respectively for Internet Protocol Version 6 instead.
DNS Privacy
DNSCrypt:
“Default”: sdns://AQIAAAAAAAAAFDE3Ni4xMDMuMTMwLjEzMDo1NDQzINErR_JS3PLCu_iZEIbq95zkSV2LFsigxDIuUso_OQhzIjIuZG5zY3J5cHQuZGVmYXVsdC5uczEuYWRndWFyZC5jb20
“Family protection”: sdns://AQIAAAAAAAAAFDE3Ni4xMDMuMTMwLjEzMjo1NDQzILgxXdexS27jIKRw3C7Wsao5jMnlhvhdRUXWuMm1AFq6ITIuZG5zY3J5cHQuZmFtaWx5Lm5zMS5hZGd1YXJkLmNvbQ
DNS-over-TLS:
Use dns.adguard.com string for “Default” or dns-family.adguard.com for “Family protection”.
DNS-over-HTTPS:
Use https://dns.adguard.com/dns-query string for “Default” or https://dns-family.adguard.com/dns-query for “Family protection”.