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The following instructions are for Windows 10. If you're running an older version you can still follow the same steps, except some of the screens you see may look a little different.

Note: For standard DNS, access is controlled by IP address. This is to prevent abuse of our servers by bad actors. When you sign in on the {{entity()}} website, your IP address is automatically whitelisted. Before changing your computer's DNS settings, just make sure you sign in from a device on your home network first so that your house's IP is added to your account. If you're reading this on your computer, then you're already good to go. You can always manually add/remove IPs in account management also.

Step 1
Go to the Start menu and then Settings

Screenshot showing how to get to Windows 10 settings

Step 2
Then go to Network & Internet.

Screenshot showing how to get to Windows 10 settings, and then Network & Internet

Step 3
Go to Network and Sharing Center.

Screenshot showing how to get to Windows 10 Network and Sharing Center

Step 4
Click on your Internet connection.

Screenshot showing how to get to Windows 10 DNS settings

Step 5
Go to Properties.

Screenshot showing how to get to Windows 10 DNS settings

Step 6
highlight-light Internet Protocol Version 4, and then click Properties.

Screenshot showing how to get to Windows 10 DNS settings

Step 7
Click Use the following DNS server addresses.

Screenshot showing how to get to Windows 10 DNS settings

Step 8
Enter the IP addresses shown and click OK.

Screenshot showing how to change Windows 10 DNS settings

Step 9
You're done!


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