I'm not sure if it can be done, but here's what I'm trying to do. I am on a mac but trying to solve first for Linux, which is probably more general and might be easier.
I want my system to be configured to use
126.96.36.199as the general DNS for every usage.
I want one process (Plex server, namely) to use another DNS server - namely, a DNS that allows me to pass region limitations on paid content subscriptions (hey at least I'm telling it straight). Let's call this DNS server
The reason for this is that I don't want to compromise the stability of my entire system in case the
188.8.131.52 DNS has issues. Yeah, I trust Google's DNS more.
Is it possible to do this kind of trickery? Or, are there other smart ways to make this work?
I have several other machines around and am willing to do routing trickery etc. as well, if anyone can think of a creative solution :)
Thanks a bunch!