Jul 14, 2020

Come on Linksys, this is a brand new router running the most recent firmware ( and, looking back at the forum posts, it looks like this problem goes back at least two years. Anyway, once I apply DNS changes, the changes aren't actually applied and my router stops connecting to the Internet until I change back and reboot. The DNS options are located inside the WAN settings panel. Click on WAN Settings located under Broadband Settings. Step 4: Scroll to DNS Type Section. On the WAN Settings page you need to scroll to the Set The DNS Type. Select Static DNS in order to type in your DNS entries. The CleanBrowsing Family IP's are:; On a Router. Router configuration will vary depending on what router you are using, take a look at your router’s manual for more information or Google search for your model of router and “change DNS server”. The simplest way to change the DNS server used for your whole network will be to change the setting on your router. I went into the router settings and selected "Use these DNS SERVERS" I entered as the primary and as the secondary. This is a new DNS server provided by Cloudflare. After saving my settings and rebooting my router, I checked my iPhone, iPad, and Windows 10 PC to see what DNS server

In the DNS Server section, change the drop-down to "Use the following DNS Server addresses". The "Primary" and "Secondary" DNS Server address boxes are now visible. Enter the correct addresses for OpenDNS: and Click the "Apply" button. Click the "Apply" button again. That seems like how it should be done.

I have a secondary router. I plug it into the gateway just like you would a computer. Change the DNS on the secondary router and you are done. I use a Sophos XG router I built using an old computer. It also has built in filtering so that even if you override the DNS settings on the computer, it is still filtered.

How to Change the DNS servers on a TP-Router (New UI

Before we begin, make sure you are connected to your tomato router. To access your router admin panel, open up your web browser and in the url box type in the router’s IP address. If you are not sure what that is, open up your terminal on Mac or Linux and type in ‘route -n get default’. The value next to gateway is your Router’s IP address.