Belkin Router DNS Setup for Smart DNS Proxy

Setting your Belkin Router for Smart DNS Proxy is only needed one time. Once you finish the initial Smart DNS Proxy setup on your Belkin Router, you won't be needing to take the same steps anytime. Your connection will work automatically *anytime!

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

Please find Smart DNS Proxy setup instructions for Belkin Router below:

1. Log in to your Belkin Router Admin Panel.

Please visit http://192.168.2.1 on your Internet Web Browser. If you won't get access to your Belkin router Admin Panel page, then try http://192.168.1.1 or http://192.168.0.1.

2. Enter your Belkin Router Admin Panel credentials.

If you don't know this information, please simply look for your router instruction book. It should provide you the username and password.

3. From the Internet WAN section, select DNS.

4. If it prompts you to enter Password, please enter your Belkin Router password. If you have not set any password before, default is to leave it blank and simply enter Submit.

5. Uncheck Automatic from ISP and enter the following Smart DNS Proxy DNS IPs.
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. 
6. Click to Apply Changes.

Attention

Make sure to RESTART your Belkin Router!


* Remember whenever your PC/Router IP changes, our service will stop working for you.  You will need to LOG INTO 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 that you log in with your PC to our site from the same Wired/Wireless network to show our system your IP address.
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