How to speed up internet using google dns free switch to google dns from open dns get access faster internet and also torbox dns tricksuniversity
Today’s post about Google’s public DNS which is a way to make your Internet/Mobile/Broadband faster than default Open DNS.
Domain Name Servers (DNS) maintain a directory of domain names and translate them to Internet Protocol (IP) addresses.
Follow Steps and Switch to Google DNS :
Steps For Router:
Step 1 : Open a browser and enter the config IP address of router to access administrator panel. [Most conman or you can say default ip address is http://192.168.0.1/ , You can also check router manual. ]
Step 2 : Enter password and login to the router setting.
Step 3 : Now Click on advanced setting.
Step 4 : Now Click on DNS Setting tab.
step 5 : Now Replace Old DNS address with the New Google DNS address.
Step 6 : Click on OK. Close the browser and restart the router.
Step 7 : Now You successfully updated to Google DNS address.
Following steps to changing DNS for Windows :
Steps For Windows :
Step 1 : Right-click on the network status notification icon and select to Open the Network and Sharing Center.
Step 2 : Now Select Change adapter settings.
Step 3 : And Select network adapter and right click and select Properties.
Step 4 : In properties options you will need to select Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP / IPv4) from the list, then click properties.
Step 5 : Click on Use the following DNS server addresses.
Step 6 : And Enter Google DNS Address.
Step 7 : Click on OK. And restart the Windows.
Step 8 : You successfully switched to Google DNS.
Following steps to changing DNS for Android :
Steps For Android :
Step 1 : Go to the Settings.
Step 2 : Select Wi-Fi.
Step 3 : Long press your connected Wi-Fi network, then select Modify network.
Step 4 : Click the Show advanced options” check box. And Change IP settings to Static.
Step 6 : Now Update the DNS servers DNS 1, and DNS 2 fields. to following address.
Step 7 : Now Press Save button.
Step 8 : Now Disconnect the network and connect again. And you successfully switched to Google DNS.
I hope this post helps you, please do comment and share the post.