SmartDNS: TP-Link Router Setup

1. Login to your router.
2. Go to "DHCP" -> "DHCP Settings" and make sure that DHCP Server is enabled.
3. Fill in the boxes of "Primary and Secondary DNS servers" with SmartDNS server IP information (provided at your SmartDNS page).
4. Click "Save".
5. Reboot your router.



If you have different software in your router, follow this instruction:

1. Login to your router.
2. Go to "Interface Setup" -> "LAN" -> change DNS settings from "AUTO" to "Use User Discovered DNS Server Only".
3. Fill in the boxes of "Primary and Secondary DNS servers" with SmartDNS server IP information (provided at your SmartDNS page).
4. Click "Save" and reboot just in case.

NB: Once SmartDNS is setup on your router, all the devices in your home network can use SmartDNS and no further configurations are necessary.

Please ensure that you've registered your IP for use with SmartDNS and noted your DNS servers' IPs.
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