User-friendly OpenVPN client app for iOS and macOS. (by passepartoutvpn)


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  • iOS: NextDNS and ProtonVPN working like a charm with Passepartout for iOS | 2021-03-05
    I've been looking for the past days for a solution to get NextDNS and ProtonVPN seamlessly working together on my iPhone and found several workarounds, but none of them worked or worked stable enough. I prefer the advantages of NextDNS over Netshield. Then I remembered I purchased Passepartout quite a while ago (available in the App Store, also for iPad and Mac) and since it's a very user-friendly, flexible OpenVPN Client I expected it to have a possibility to enter custom DNS server, so I would be able to use NextDNS for parental controls et cetera instead of ProtonVPN DNS servers. I started fiddling, but to no avail, unfortunately I still had no DNS-resolution. I mailed the developer of Passepartout and got a reply within the hour pointing me to Github, to this closed issue: It works flawlessly and as I already had ProtonVPN configured, I only had to add an NexDNS ip address to the config, and reconnected and my problem was solved!