How To Change Dns Server On Asus Router?

Change Dns Server On Asus Router

DNS is used to convert your domain names into IP addresses. The simple and easiest way to change DNS server on Asus router is by using the router’s web access page.

To change the DNS Server of your Asus router, follow the step-by-step instructions given below.

  • First, connect your computer to the Asus router’s network.
  • Next, on your computer, open the Google Chrome or Safari web browser.
  • In the search field of the browser, type your router’s IP address.
  • Tap the Enter button.
  • If prompted, enter your router’s credentials in the given fields.
  • Click the Sign-in button.
  • On your router’s web access page, click the LAN tab.
  • Go to the DHCP Server section.
  • Scroll down to the DNS and WINS Server Settings menu.
  • Enter your desired DNS in the field titled DNS Server.
  • After entering DNS, click the Apply button.
  • Once the new DNS server is saved, you’ll be prompted to sign in to your router’s web access page again.
  • Enter the credentials and click Sign in.
  • That’s it! DNS server has been changed successfully on your Asus router.
  • If you need remote assistance to change DNS server on Asus router, contact us.

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