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Installing and Using dDNS

Yes, it's time to switch

To configure your device to use dDNS, it's worth saying that you will still be able to access any domain names from Web 1.0 and Web 2.0. The only plus, is that you can also access domains and decentralized dSites, dApps and other entities from Web 3.0 and all of our dTLDs.

Manual Setup

Setup On MacOSX

  1. Go to the Apple menu and select “System Preferences”

  2. Choose the “Network” control panel, select your network interface from the left side (“Wi-Fi” or “Ethernet” for example), then click the “Advanced” button in the lower right corner of the Network window

  3. Choose the “DNS” tab at the top of the screen. To add a new DNS server: click on the [+] plus button. To edit an existing DNS server: click twice on the DNS IP address you wish to change and to remove a DNS server: select a DNS server IP address and then click either the [-] minus button or hit the delete key

  4. Click on the [+] plus button and add the IPV4 address 159.69.208.165

  5. Click on the [+] plus button and add the IPV4 address 159.69.207.169

  6. Click on the [+] plus button and add the IPV4 address 95.216.136.29

  7. When finished making changes to the DNS settings, click on the “OK” button.

  8. Now click on “Apply” for the DNS changes to take effect, close out of System Preferences as usual.

Setup On Windows 10

  1. Open Control Panel and then click on Network and Internet and then click on Network and Sharing Center and lastly, on the left pane, click on Change adapter settings.

  2. Right-click the network interface connected to the internet, and select Properties.

  3. Select Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4) from the list and click the Properties button.

  4. Click the Use the following DNS server addresses option.

  5. Type the following IPV4 addresses 159.69.207.169, 95.216.136.29 and 159.69.208.165

  6. Click OK.

  7. Click Close to apply the new DNS settings to the adapter.

Setup On Ubuntu

  1. Using a terminal, open the resolv.conf file with an editor, such as nano, to make the necessary changes.

  2. Add lines for the name servers that you want to use. The following table displays which name server IP addresses to use depending on which datacenter houses your cloud servers. Add the following to the file, while removing the current addresses from the file beforehand:
    159.69.208.165
    159.69.207.169
    95.216.136.29

  3. Ctrl+X to exit the file and Ctrl + S to save it.

Setup On iOS

  1. From the IOS device's home screen, tap Settings

  2. Tap Wi-Fi. The available wireless networks in range of your IOS device appear.

  3. Find your wireless network in the list, and then click the [i] symbol as shown below.

  4. The screen shown below appears. Tap the DNS field.

  5. The remove the current ip addresses and replace with 159.69.207.169, 95.216.136.29 and 159.69.208.165.

  6. Exit this menu. Your settings are automatically saved.

Setup On Android

  1. Go to “Settings” and select "WiFi". Press and hold your network until dialog pops up.

  2. Press on “Modify network config.”

  3. Check “Show advanced options” and then Select “Static” (8) for “IP settings”.

  4. In the “DNS 1” and “DNS 2” fields (9) enter the following DNS addresses: 159.69.208.165 and 95.216.136.29

  5. Press “Save” and restart your Android-powered device.

Installing and Using dDNS


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