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As this article: https://www.networkworld.com/article/3298160/how-to-protect-your-infrastructure-from-dns-cache-poisoning.html notes, DNS poisoning mitigation really applies to enterprise environments running their own DNS server.

A home router does not contain a true DNS server although it may state it does. In reality all that exists is a DNS cache repository built and refreshed from your ISP or third party DNS servers. A DNS poisoning attack will be directed at those or intermediary DNS backbone servers throughout the Internet. It is almost impossible to detect a real DNS poisoning attack at the local device level.

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