PAX Troubleshooting: How to Change Your DNS Servers (macOS)

A bad DNS route could be cached by your ISP (Internet Service Provider). Some ISPs take 15 minutes or longer before the issue resolves itself. To resolve this issue, try using Google's DNS servers. For instructions on a Windows machine, click here.

 

  1. Click on your “Apple” menu on the top left of your computer and choose “System Preferences“.

  2. Double-Click on the “Network” icon.


  3. Click on the "Advanced" button.


  4. Click on the "DNS" tab.


  5. Click on the "+" button to add new DNS servers.



  6. Type in "8.8.8.8" then press the "Enter/Return" key.

  7. Click on the "+" button to add the second server.

  8. Type in "8.8.4.4" then press the "Enter/Return" key.

  9. Click "OK" on the bottom right.

  10. Click "Apply" on the bottom right.

  11. You’re done. You may need to restart your browser and reconnect to the Internet before the changes come into effect.

 

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