iOS Roaming Client v1.0.8
iOS Roaming Client
Default DNS-over-TLS (DoT)
DNSFilter currently supports DoT as an optional configuration for the majority of DNSFilter roaming clients. DoT is now enabled by default on the iOS roaming client, no longer requiring the end-user to configure manually. More roaming clients to follow.
Local Domain Fallback
If no Local Resolvers return a valid response, the iOS roaming client will now request an IP address from DNSFilter resolvers as a last attempt to resolve the domain.
iOS v1.0.4
iOS Roaming Client
1.0.4: Auto-Register after MDM Deploy w/o opening App
Roaming Clients Everywhere!
Windows Roaming Client
Mac Roaming Client
iOS Roaming Client
Android Roaming Client
Today is our biggest announcement yet.
One of the biggest things you've asked for is to have DNSFilter's protection follow your users, whether they are in or out of the office.
Over the past several months, we've been working hard to produce versions of the DNSFilter roaming client that will work on every platform. Today this is a reality. Whether you use Windows, MacOS, ChromeOS, iOS, or Android - we have you covered.
You'll now be able to:
  • Deploy the roaming client in hybrid/mixed environments
  • Protect all mobile devices
  • Have reporting of all activity by device
  • Customize filtering for every device