What is DNS? DNS stand for Domain Name System. It is like phone book of internet. DNS translates domain names to IP addresses so browsers can load Internet resources.
For unifi and Streamyx customers – Please set your DNS at your router/modem/RG and any related device to auto-assign
For TM subscribers other than unifi and Streamyx – Please set your DNS to: a) TM IPV4 DNS: - Primary: 184.108.40.206 / - Secondary: 220.127.116.11 b) TM IPV6 DNS: - Primary: 2001:e68::b:68 / - Secondary: 2001:e68::b:69
Laptop/Desktop - Changing the DNS in TCP/IP setup
a) Windows 7 1. Click Start -> Control Panel -> Network and Internet -> Network and Sharing Center -> Change adapter settings. 2. Select the connection. For example: - For Ethernet connection, right click Local Area Connection -> Properties - For Wireless connection, right click Wireless Network Connection -> Properties 3. Select the Internet Protocol Version 4 and double click it 4. Set Obtain IP address automatically and set DNS server address as above. Click OK to save the setting.
b) Windows 10 1. Click Start -> Settings -> Network and Internet 2. Select the connection. For example: • For Ethernet connection, click on Ethernet -> Change adapter options. Select Ethernet, right click and choose Ethernet -> Properties • For Wireless connection, right click WiFi -> Change adapter options. Select WiFi, right click and choose WiFi -> Properties 3. Select the Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4) and double click it 4. Set Obtain IP address automatically and DNS server address automatically and click OK to save the setting. 5.
c) Mac OS 1. Choose Apple -> System Preferences -> Network. 2. Select the network connection service from the list, and then click Advanced. 3. Select DNS tab 4. Click "+" and insert IP DNS.