TP-Link Router Tunlr Setup:
Follow these simple steps to unblock blocked websites, watch American television, and browse the web with no restrictions!
Before You Begin:
Before changing the DNS settings on your router, please make sure to note your current DNS server address(es) and write them down somewhere for backup purposes. If at any time you need to go back to your original settings, you'll be able to with your backed up information.
It may also be helpful to print this page so that if you lose Internet connection, or lose this page, you can still refer to the below instructions.
Take your time and soon you'll be watching American Netflix!
Open your router's administration page
In your browser of choice, navigate to your router's admin page. Check your router's instruction manual to find the correct address to type in your browser's address field. For most routers, it's an address that looks like 192.168.0.1 or 192.168.1.1 or 192.168.2.1.
If you configured a username and password, enter your username and password now to log in.
Enter DHCP Settings
In the left menu, find and click on DHCP. Then click on DHCP Settings.
Enter in Tunlr's DNS addresses
You must now manually enter in Tunlr's DNS addresses by filling in the DNS Server fields. In the Primary field, you must enter in Tunlr's Primary DNS address, and in the Secondary field, you must enter in Tunlr's Secondary DNS address. Use the addresses below to fill in these fields:
- Primary DNS: 220.127.116.11
- Secondary DNS: 18.104.22.168
Save settings and reboot
Confirm that you have entered in Tunlr's DNS addresses correctly, and then click Save to save your settings. The router will now reboot. If the router does not reboot by itself, you will have to manually reboot it.