Join Date: Jun 2008
Location: Whitby, Ontario
I'm not sure what you're using the VPN for, but Unotelly's DNS proxy is typically used for accessing content in Geo-blocked regions.
If that is the case, I'd simply use the DNS service on the specific devices you intend to use it on, rather than the entire network.
For example, I use my ISP's DNS on the router, and use Unotelly's DNS servers on my TV. This way, I access the U.S. based Netflix without impeding anything else.
The problem with setting another providers' DNS settings on your router is that it bypasses CDN networks that have been setup in each region. Basically, you'll notice browsing speed is quick, however downloads may be slow as it's using the CDN from wherever your DNS is making you appear from. This is how it was explained to me, once upon a time.
I would only use Unotelly's DNS service on the device you specifically intend to use it's purpose for, not the entire LAN. As well, it will also have no effect on your VoIP service.