My.Support How to change your DNS servers Mac OS 10.5.8 and …

Problem: We are changing our DNS servers as part of a systems and network upgrade.

Solution:

Open your Network Preferences and enter the following DNS servers

Primary: 213.146.173.130

Secondary: 5.254.160.130

Tertiary: 5.254.164.130

Instructions:
(1)

Open System Preferences either from the Apple Menu or by clicking the System Preferences icon in the dock

My.Support   How To Change Your DNS Servers Mac OS 10.5.8 And ...
(2)

Click on the Network Icon

My.Support   How To Change Your DNS Servers Mac OS 10.5.8 And ...
(3)

Click on the either the Ethernet or WiFi connection (depending on how your computer is connected your connection will have a green light)
then Click the Advanced Button

My.Support   How To Change Your DNS Servers Mac OS 10.5.8 And ...
(4)

Click on the DNS tab and then click the icon to remove any entries that are in the box.

My.Support   How To Change Your DNS Servers Mac OS 10.5.8 And ... If the entries are greyed out your router is handling your DNS for you and you will not need to remove them.
My.Support   How To Change Your DNS Servers Mac OS 10.5.8 And ...
(5) Click on the + icon
My.Support   How To Change Your DNS Servers Mac OS 10.5.8 And ...

(5)

Enter 213.146.173.130 then click the + button

Enter 5.254.160.130 then click the + button

Enter 5.254.164.130

Click OK

See the diagram below

My.Support   How To Change Your DNS Servers Mac OS 10.5.8 And ...
That s it you are done !

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