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  1. #1

    How to change DNS in Archer mr200

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    Hi all, I'm new in this forum.

    I'm using the MR200 router whit a SIM card.

    In order to improve the parental control settings, I would like to use the OpenDNS addresses instead the default ones.

    How can I change the default DNS addres and set the OpenDNS addres?

    Thanks in advanced.

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    Junior Member Reinhard is on a distinguished road
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    Check out section 11. 4. 2. Use the 4G LTE Router as a DHCP Server is the manual. Under Go to Advanced > Network > LAN Settings, you can specify your primary and secondary DNS server.

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    Junior Member FiringSquad is on a distinguished road
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    I have the same request.
    I changed the Primary and Secondary DNS Server, saved and rebooted, but the status page still shows the original DNS IPs.
    When I go in to the settings again, my OpenDNS IPs are still there.

    Looking at similar routers, they normally have a checkbox to activate this DNS, but there's no such checkbox visible.
    How can I get the OpenDNS settings to activate?

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    Junior Member Filpy is on a distinguished road
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    This is my situation too. I want to enforce parental controls through OpenDNS but changing the primary and secondary dns server settings doesn’t seem to do anything, the status page shows something different.

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    Once defined the DNS IPs, apparently nothing changed in the status page.
    But after I discovered that the new DNS is effectively in use.

    I checked trying to open a "porn" page; the page was not loaded and a message from OpenDNS appears.

    So, I can consider solved this thread. I hope the same for you...


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