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Note: blockerDNS needs to know who you are when you make a DNS request so that the right blocking settings are applied. For DoT and DoH you don't need to do anything because you have a unique URL that includes your username. But for standard DNS, you need to associate your public IP address with your blockerDNS account. Read about that here.


Sign into your Cisco router's admin page, usually at http://192.168.1.1 or http://192.168.1.254, depending on which router you have


Click the Setup option on the menu at the top of the page


Choose the Lan Setup tab from the menu that's below the Setup option


In the LAN 1 Static DNS 1 field, put {{jsonData.dnsservers.default[0]}}


In the LAN 1 Static DNS 2 field, put {{jsonData.dnsservers.default[1]}}


If you have a third field, you can just leave it blank


Click Save Settings


Whichever computer(s) or device(s) you're using should be restarted so that it can reconnect to your router and get the new DNS information.


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