So I have this weird situation that on my laptop running Windows 10 (Home) I...
- need to use Windows' feature to fetch a DNS server automatically (which uses the DHCP suggested DNS?) on certain networks
- while I still want to use
184.108.40.206and / or
220.127.116.11as my "regular" DNS servers if available.
Now you can only tell Windows using the normal IPv4 properties that you either want the auto-fetch or you can specify two fixed IP adresses, but as I don't know the dynamic ones in advance so I can't specify the automatic one as secondary to
So are there any ways to tell Windows to fall-back to the DHCP provided DNS server if the static ones are not reachable?
Also in theory I could switch these every time I connect to networks that require that, but that's always a PITA to remember and then do the neccessary changes every time before connecting to and after disconnecting from these networks.
More background: The network forcing me to use the DHCP provided DNS is a public network which won't display me the captive portal required to gain internet access if I have
18.104.22.168 configured as static DNS servers.