Setting Up UnoDNS on Linux/Ubuntu


Note: Due to the wide variety of Linux distributions available, 

the steps required to change your DNS server may be different. 

Please consult your distribution documentation or send us an e-mail at support@unotelly.com 




    Terminal Method  - Choose your own DNS Servers:

    Note: Feel free to replace 69.42.56.54 and 23.21.182.24 to the DNS servers of your choice from http://www.unotelly.com/unodns/global 

     

    1. Open Terminal
    2. Enter sudo mv /etc/resolv.conf /etc/resolv.conf.bak
    3. Enter echo “nameserver 69.42.56.54” | sudo tee /etc/resolv.conf
    4. Enter echo “nameserver 23.21.182.24” | sudo tee -a /etc/resolv.conf
    5. Close terminal and all browsers
    6. Go to http://unotelly.com/quickstart2/ and check setup status

    Graphical Method:


    1. Open your web browser and go to http://www.unotelly.com/unodns/global

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


    Changing the DNS server (Ubuntu):


    2. Click on 'System Settings' on the top right.



    3. Click on 'Network'. 


    4. Choose your network on the left, Wired or Wireless.


    5. Click on 'Options' on bottom right.

    6. Click on 'IPv4 settings'.

    7. Under method, choose 'Automatic DHCP addresses only'.

    8. Under DNS Server, enter the two nearest UnoDNS address you recorded from www.unotelly.com/unodns/global 
    (use a coma to separate them).  


    9. Click to 'Save'.



    10. Go to http://unotelly.com/quickstart2/ and check setup status to verify your service is active.