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Howto : setting up dns2tcp

I’m not gonna explain what dns2tcp is, just how to get it running in less than 30 minutes. So, if you know what it is, see what to do here

You need :
– a public server, reachable from anywhere, its UDP/53 port must be available (no DNS service running) and reachable (not filtered)
– a domain name or subdomain dedicated for dns2tcp
– a client computer, your laptop usually
– a “restricted” network (captive portal, firewalled network, paying hotspot)

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