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Setting up UnoDNS on Windows 7

Step - 1:

Open your web browser and go to

Please note down the two nearest DNS addresses from your physical location.

Note: If you wish to use our new Dynamo feature, please make sure you use Dynamo enabled DNS servers.  

Please refer to this link for more information: What is UnoDNS Dynamo?  

Step - 2: 

Click 'START' and open 'Control Panel'.


Step - 3:
Under 'Network and Internet', click 'View network status and tasks'.


Step - 4:
On the left side, click 'Change Adapter Settings'.



Step - 5:

If you are using wireless internet:

Right click on 'Wireless Network Connection' and click on 'Properties'.


If you are using an ethernet/cable connection:

Right click on 'Local Area Connection' and click on 'Properties'.


Step - 6:
Choose 'Internet Protocol Version 4(TCP/IPv4)' and click on 'Properties'.


Step - 7:
Click on 'Use the following DNS server addresses' and enter the DNS addresses you received by visiting in Step 1.


Step - 8 Done!
After that, click 'OK' and close everything. Close all of your browsers to apply the settings as well. Then go to Quick Start to verify that your service is active.