Follow this quick guide to start using 126.96.36.199 on your router.
Step 1: Go to the IP address used to access your router's admin console in your browser.
- Linksys and Asus routers typically use
- Netgear routers typically use or
- D-Link routers typically use
- Ubiquiti routers typically use
Step 2: Enter the router password.
Step 3: Find the place in the admin console where DNS settings are set.
Step 4: Replace the existing addresses with:
Step 5: Save and exit.
Using DNS-Over-TLS on OpenWRT
Ubiquiti UniFi Controller
Step 2: Click on the name of the network you are managing. Click Launch.
Step 3: Click on the settings icon in the lower left-hand corner.
Step 4: From the settings menu, choose Networks.
Step 5; Click Edit by the name of the Network.
Step 6: Scroll to where it says DHCP Name Server. If Auto is selected, select Manual instead.
Step 7: In the boxes called DNS Server 1, 2, 3, etc. put:
Step 8: Click Save.
Step 1: Open the Google Wifi app on your phone.
Step 2: Click the settings tab, then click on Network & general
Step 3: Click on Advanced networking then click on DNS
Step 4: Remove any IP addresses that may be already listed and in their place enter:
Step 5: Click Save.
Step 2: Under Advanced Settings, click on WAN
Step 3: In the Internet Connection tab, under WAN DNS Setting, in DNS servers, add: