Ubuntu DNS Setup for Smart DNS Proxy
Below you can find DNS Configuration for Ubuntu in order to use Smart DNS Proxy:
1. Click The Network Manager Icon in your menu bar, and then Click the Edit Connections... .
2. Select the Wired or Wireless tabs, depending of your network. For example, if you are connected to a wireless network, then select wireless!
3. Select the Name of Your Network, and Change it from Automatic DHCP to Automatic Address Only.
4. Enter Smart DNS Proxy DNS IPs to the DNS Server section as following:
or you can change IPs to any of our DNS servers.
The list of IP addresses of our DNS severs can be found on our DNS Server List here: https://www.smartdnsproxy.com/Servers. Use the closest DNS servers to your physical location. Select the closest server to your physical location as Primary. Then select the 2nd closest server to your physical location as Secondary server.
5. Click Save.
Now your Ubuntu will be using Smart DNS Proxy!
***You can change the above DNS IPs with the following ones. Using the closest location of your physical location will give you better speed of dns resolution.
The list of IP addresses of our DNS severs can be found on our DNS Server List here: https://www.smartdnsproxy.com/Servers.
- Only Smart DNS Proxy IPs should be used. If you had any other DNS IPs, please make sure to remove those. Otherwise, our service will not work.
- Make sure to visit www.smartdnsproxy.com and LOG INTO your account so that our system could identify your IP address to work with Smart DNS Proxy services. Otherwise, our service will not work.