I'm not sure how to do that. I have tried a couple of methods I Googled but they didn't seem to stick.
After some more Googling and a bit of searching I have found /etc/resolvconf.conf which has an entry for DNS. It seems to survive a reboot. Have to see if it holds up, I have set it for 184.108.40.206
I've reached a bit of a dilemma now, Running Planefinder on a PiAware system it's impossible to keep both running with my ISPs DNS problem.
FlightAware uses Google DNS that bypasses my ISPs problem. Planefinder uses my router (my iSPs DNS) and this will fail every few hours. I...
I have a problem currently with my ISP that causes the router to lose the DNS every day, when this happens the Planefinder feeder stops. I have changed all my devices in the house to use Google (220.127.116.11) and they are unaffected. I cannot change DNS in the router as it is locked out.
I have managed to access the configuration now. I restarted the Pi and quit Chrome and reloaded it. Now it lets me in. Nothing in the logs to indicate a problem. I'll keep an eye on it and raise a ticket if it happens again.
Yes, mine has rolled back now. The errors were the usual "Failed to open connection (errno 111) but they were constant with the normal uploads in between. Normally I would see one or two of these a day. What was the update for?