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I have upgraded to Ubuntu 16.04 and I have installed dnscrypt-proxy from repository. Then I have just edited the /etc/default/dnscrypt-proxy file changing the DNSCRYPT_PROXY_RESOLVER_NAME="" line with DNSCRYPT_PROXY_RESOLVER_NAME=cisco. After that I have just ran the following commands:

sudo service dnscrypt-proxy stop
sudo service dnscrypt-proxy start 

and everything was working fine.

The problem is that after reboot my internet connection does not work and I have to run this again:

sudo service dnscrypt-proxy stop
sudo service dnscrypt-proxy start 

to make it work. What I need is a way to make dnscrypt-proxy starts automatically at startup like it used to work before upgrading to 16.04.

I tried to put those commands in /etc/rc.local file but sometimes it did not work. Also I created a bash script with those commands and I made it run at startup, but still no luck.

Could you help me?

Thanks

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    Note that cisco keeps logs of your connections, you may wanna try another one from the list. – lf_araujo Sep 26 '16 at 2:18
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The following things helped me:

  • run sudo systemctl edit --full dnscrypt-proxy.service
  • replace

    After=network.target iptables.service firewalld.service
    

    to

    After=network.target
    Before=nss-lookup.target
    
  • run sudo systemctl edit --full dnscrypt-proxy.socket

  • delete After=network.target

Also /etc/systemd/system/dnscrypt-proxy.service and /etc/systemd/system/dnscrypt-proxy.socket can be replaced with their latest versions.

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