Well, Iâ€™ve been holding my breath for a long time now for Linksys to allow QuickVPN users to set an alternate DNS server. Currently, the client is forced to use the hosting router IP address as the DNS server. I realize that anyone can manually change the DNS server after connecting in the network adapter properties window, but that is a bit much to ask of remote users to do every time. I needed an alternative automatic solution. So, I have investigated more into the handshaking process of QuickVPN and have arrived at a temporary solution until Linksys implements something for real. I created an additional program that when installed on a QuickVPN client computer it will allow a custom DNS IP address to be used (configured with an INI file). The program basically intercepts the wget command and adjusts the vpnserver.conf file to the appropriate DNS server IP address. Here is a link to the program to download. The instructions to install & configure it are inside the zip file. WGetIntercept.zip I have tested this with the RV082 router only. I presume it should work with all the QuickVPN enabled routers. Enjoy!