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  • [6.12.6] Wireguard settings leave DNS entry when switching connection types

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    In VPN Manager under Network Services in the Settings tab, when you create a new peer and say, put it as "Remote tunneled access", the settings (by clicking the "eye" icon") will show a DNS entry.


    If you then change the Peer type of access to LAN hub & Spoke access, the DNS entry remains in the settings when it shouldn't (and can cause issues by being there).


    If you create a new peer directly as LAN hub & Spoke access, the DNS entry isn't there which is expected behavior.


    I have not tested switch to different methods from a connection type that includes DNS entry details.




    Picture: The "DNS=" line should not be there when choosing "LAN hub & Spoke access" but remains when choosing said type when the peer is originally creatred with a connection type that does require it, such as "Remote tunneled access".


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