What is the IP address of your DNS servers?

    The IVPN DNS servers clients use when connected to our VPN servers are not publicly accessible from the Internet. They are internal and can be used only when connected to an IVPN server. Three types of internal DNS servers are available on each VPN server:

    • Regular DNS with no blocking (OpenVPN + WireGuard + IPSec with IKEv2)
    • Normal AntiTracker to block advertising and malware domains (OpenVPN + WireGuard)
    • Hardcore Mode AntiTracker to also block Google and Facebook domains (OpenVPN + WireGuard)

    Regular DNS Servers

    For WireGuard connections, the regular DNS address is:

    For OpenVPN connections, the regular DNS address is:

    With an OpenVPN connection there is another regular DNS address available. To work out the address, look at the IP assigned to you when you connect. The DNS servers are in the format 10.x.y.1. For example, if the VPN address you receive is then the DNS address will be

    AntiTracker with Optional Hardcore Mode

    The original AntiTracker addresses remain unchanged (same as OISD Big below):

    Normal and Hardcore

    The AntiTracker Plus options follow a similar IP address pattern for normal and hardcore modes:


    Normal and Hardcore


    Normal and Hardcore


    Normal and Hardcore

    EasyList + EasyPrivacy

    Normal and Hardcore

    OISD Big

    Normal and Hardcore

    Steven Black Unified + Ads + Malware

    Normal and Hardcore

    1Hosts Extra

    Normal and Hardcore

    Hagezi Light

    Normal and Hardcore

    Hagezi Pro

    Normal and Hardcore

    Hagezi Pro++

    Normal and Hardcore

    Hagezi Ultimate

    Normal and Hardcore

    Public DNS Server

    We provide a public, validating, non-logging, recursive DNS server:

    No IVPN connection – or account – required.

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