Windows – Enable Comodo Secure DNS
Comodo Secure DNS can be manually enabled by changing the DNS server addresses to:
- Preferred DNS: 22.214.171.124
- Alternate DNS: 126.96.36.199
Enable Comodo Secure DNS
2. In the search box, type “control panel” and click on the program name.
3. From the control panel menu, select ‘Network and Internet.
4. Click on ‘View network status and task’ in Network and Sharing Center.
This is a list of all networks that you are connected to at the moment.
5. Click on the link for the network type you are connected to the internet.
- Windows may ask you for permission to continue, or request that an administrator password be entered.
- After you have granted permission/entered an admin password, the dialog ‘Connection Properties’ appears.
7. Scroll down and choose ‘Internet Protocol Version 4′ (TCP/IP). Then click the Properties’ button, as shown above.
8. Allow ‘Use these DNS server addresses’.
9. Please enter the following addresses:
Preferred DNS: 188.8.131.52
Alternate DNS: 184.108.40.206
10. To save your settings, click ‘OK’
11. To activate your settings, click ‘OK’ in connection properties dialog
- Comodo DNS will be used by your computer as its default domain name resolution service. This is for all internet-connected applications.
Disable Comodo DNS
By telling Windows to automatically get the DNS server address, you can easily revert back to the DNS servers that were provided by your ISP.
- To open the IP4 properties dialog, follow steps 1-7 of the’Enable ComodoDN’ tutorial
- Click ‘OK’ to enable ‘Obtain DNS Server Address Automatically’