I can't remember who it was that posted a month or two back about how their Glasswire app showed very few of the little warning bubbles on the graph. Mine is full of them, and most of them are DNS address changes. Sometimes two or three a day. I think it may have been BirdDog that talked about this, but I wasn't sure, so I figured I'd ask the three of you knowledgeable folks, and anyone else who might know. If I've missed anyone else just as knowledgeable, sorry. LOL.
Any ideas about what's going on, or how to stop it if it's a problem? It's always changing TO 192.168.0.1. When clicking on the "+ 2 more" box on the right, it gives two old DNS server addresses, and they are the same with every instance of changing. The two are exactly the same as what it shows the old one was, which is fec0:0:0:ffff::1, but with a 2 and 3 after them instead of a 1, i.e. fec0:0:0:ffff::2 and fec0:0:0:ffff::3. This is a bit ridiculous, isn't it? Or, again, is this normal? Thanks for the help.
BTW, this is with my desktop connected directly to the modem. No router.
Here is mine:
I agree with corrosive that it is likely DHCP renewal related.
In mine above I was using my old Netgear WNR2000v.1 router. It was IPv4 only with DNS set to Google until late yesterday.
Now on the Asus 3100 and that is IPv6 compatible.