Carry out the steps to Set DNS On Router.

  • Step 1:The use of DNS is to set the domain name for IP addresses.
  • Step 3:The DNS for routers varies for different brands.
  • Step 3:First, open the web browser and enter the IP address of your router.
  • Step 4:Log in to your router setup, enter the router login id and password to Set DNS On Router.
  • Step 5:Click on DNS settings.
  • Step 6:The settings varied for different routers.
  • Step 7:You can always refer to the router manufacturer's support to find the settings.
  • Step 8:Here are a few routers and their settings directory
  • Step 1:Linksys - Setup Basic Setup
  • Step 2:Asus - WAN > Internet connection
  • Step 3:Google Wi-Fi - Settings Network & general Advanced network DNS
  • Step 4:Netgear - Internet
  • Step 5:D-Link - Manual internet connection setup
  • Step 6:You can use and for DNS servers 1 & 2.
  • Step 7:Let us see Asus routers, for example.
  • Step 8:Now, log in to your router internet setup.
  • Step 9:Select WAN under the Advanced Settings. Click Internet connection.
    • For DNS server-1, enter
    • For DNS server-2, enter
  • Step 10:You can now save your settings.
  • Step 11:Restart your browser.

Use the command prompt to run the following two commands:

  • ipconfig/flushdns
  • Ipconfig/renew
  • Step 1:The above two commands will renew your DNS IP settings.
  • Step 2:You can also configure DNS from the Control panel options.
  • Step 3:Select the Network & Internet from the control panel.
  • Step 4:Click the Network & Sharing center option and select Change Adapter Settings.
  • Step 5:Right-click on the Ethernet connection network and click Properties.
  • Step 6:Select the IPv4 option and click Properties.
    • In the preferred DNS field enter
    • In the alternate DNS, field enter
  • Step 7:Click OK.

The above steps will resolve the domain names, and DNS will be set on the router.If you aren’t able to set DNS On Router, you can contact our technical support team.