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TP-LINK Router Setup for Smart DNS Proxy

Last Updated: Apr 13, 2017 10:55AM +03


Following setup instructions is only needed one time. Once you finish the initial setup you won't be
needing to take the same steps anytime. Your connection will work automatically *anytime!

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This instruction for only as guideline and different router models may have different
interface. Please make sure you have the most recent firmware available.

1. Open Router Administration Page.


Usually http://192.168.1.1 or http://192.168.0.1 orhttp://192.168.2.1.

2. Enter Your User Name and Password if you have one. Default name is admin and the default
password is password.

3. Click on DHCP on the left and DHCP Setting.

4. Fill DNS Server fields with the Smart DNS Proxy Ips as following: Please select the closest
dns servers to your physical locations for Primary and Secondary.

Australia - Melbourne
168.1.79.238
Australia - Sydney
54.66.128.66
Brazil 54.94.226.22
5
Canada - Montreal

169.54.78.85
Canada - Toronto
169.53.182.1
20
Germany 54.93.173.15
3
India

169.38.73.5
Ireland 54.229.171.2
43
Israel 195.28.181.1
61
Italy
95.141.39.23
6
Japan
54.64.107.10
5
Mexico

169.57.10.21
Netherlands
46.166.189.6
8
New Zealand
223.165.64.9
7
Singapore 54.255.130.1
40
South Africa 1
154.127.57.2
24
South Africa 2
129.232.164.
26
Spain
192.162.27.1
00
Sweden

46.246.29.69
Switzerland 81.17.17.170
Turkey 188.132.234.
170
US East - N. Virginia
23.21.43.50
US Center - Dallas 169.53.235.1
35
US West - Los Angeles

54.183.15.10

5. Click on Save Settings or OK button.

Attention

Make sure to RESTART your Router!

* Remember whenever your PC/Router IP changes, our service will stop working
for you. You will need to LOGIN to Smart DNS Proxy and UPDATE your IP address.
So our system will check your IP address and add your new IP to our database.
Then you will be able to continue using our service. If this is the first time you
setup, we also suggest you to login with your PC to our site from the same
Wired/Wireless network to show our system your IP address.