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What Do I Change My DNS To

Last Updated: Sep 14, 2017 09:41AM AEST
Once you have configured the portal to have your Customers IP addresses enter and DNS filtering enabled you will need to point your Primary DNS to 45.54.55.54.

This can be done at a Workstation, DNS Server or Router level.

DNS Server

To configure a DNS server to use forwarders using the Windows interface:
  • Open DNS Manager.
  • In the console tree, click the applicable DNS server.
  • On the Action menu, click Properties.
  • On the Forwarders tab, under DNS domain, select a domain name.
  • Under Selected domain's forwarder IP address list, type the IP address of a forwarder, and then click Add. For more information, you can view the full article here.
  • DNS1: 45.54.55.54 DNS2: Failover DNS Server (Provided by ISP)

Router Level

Linksys
  • Sign in to your Linksys router's web-based administration, usually http://192.168.1.1
  • From the top menu, tap or click Setup
  • From the Setup submenu, tap or click Basic Setup
  • In the Static DNS 1 field, enter the primary DNS server you'd like to use
  • In the Static DNS 2 field, enter the secondary DNS server you'd like to use.
  • The Static DNS 3 field can be left blank, or you can add a primary DNS server from another provider
  • At the bottom of the screen, tap or click the Save Settings button
  • On the next screen, tap or click the Continue button

NETGEAR
  • Sign in to your NETGEAR router manager page, most often via http://192.168.1.1 or http://192.168.0.1
  • NETGEAR has two major interfaces with different ways of performing the next step: If you have a Basic and Advanced tab along the top, select the Basic tab followed by selecting the Internet option on the left. If you don't have those two tabs along the top, select Basic Settings
  • Under the Domain Name Server (DNS) Address section, select Use These DNS Servers
  • In the Primary DNS field, enter the primary DNS server you'd like to use
  • In the Secondary DNS field, use the secondary DNS server you'd like to use
  • If your NETGEAR router gives you a Third DNS field, you can leave it blank or choose a primary DNS server from another provider
  • Tap or click Apply to save the DNS server changes you just entered
  • Follow any additional prompts about restarting your router. If you don't get any additional prompts, your changes should be now be live.

D-Link
  • Sign in to your D-Link router using http://192.168.1.1
  • On the left side of the page, select the Internet option
  • From the top of the page, select the Setup menu
  • Find the Dynamic IP (DHCP) Internet Connection Type section, and in the Primary DNS Address field, enter the primary DNS server you want to use
  • In the Secondary DNS Address field, enter the secondary DNS server you want to use
  • At the top of the page, click the Save Settings button
  • The DNS server settings should have changed instantly, but you may be told to reboot the router to complete the changesĀ 

Asus
  • Sign in to your ASUS router's admin page with this address: http://192.168.1.1
  • From the menu to the left, click or tap WAN
  • At the top of the page, to the right, click the Internet Connection tab
  • In the DNS Server1 field, under the WAN DNS Setting section, enter the primary DNS server you want to use
  • In the DNS Server2 field, enter the secondary DNS server you want to use
  • Click the Apply button at the bottom of the page to save the changes.

TP-Link
  • Sign in to your TP-LINK router's configuration page, usually via the http://192.168.1.1 address, but sometimes via http//192.168.0.1
  • From the menu on the left, select the DHCP option
  • Tap or click the DHCP submenu option called DHCP Settings
  • In the Primary DNS field, enter the primary DNS server you'd like to use
  • In the Secondary DNS field, enter the secondary DNS server you'd like to use
  • Click the Save button at the bottom of the page to save the changes

Cisco
  • Sign in to your Cisco router from either http://192.168.1.1 or http://192.168.1.254, depending on your router model
  • Click or tap the Setup option from the menu at the very top of the page
  • Click the LAN Setup tab from the menu that's just below the Setup option
  • In the LAN 1 Static DNS 1 field, enter the primary DNS server you'd like to use
  • In the LAN 1 Static DNS 2 field, select the secondary DNS server you'd like to use
  • Some Cisco routers may have a LAN 1 Static DNS 3 field, which you can leave blank, or enter yet another DNS server
  • Save the changes clicking the Save Settings button at the bottom of page

Belkin
  • Sign in to your Belkin router through the address http://192.168.2.1
  • Select DNS under the Internet WAN section from the menu on the left
  • In the DNS Address field, enter the primary DNS server you'd like to use
  • In the Secondary DNS Address field, use the secondary DNS server you'd like to use
  • Click or tap the Apply Changes button to save the changes
  • You may be told to restart your router for the changes to take effect. If told to do so, simply follow the on-screen prompts.
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