How to Change/Configure DNS Server on Mac OS X Yosemite
There are a number of reasons why you should be applying a third-party DNS server instead of the a supplied by your ISP (Internet Service Provider). Getting a third-party DNS server, such as Google DNS or OpenDNS, how to perform is very simple with few steps.
There may be a number of DNS servers available for the community to use, the tutorial below illustrates how you can perform to change two of the popular DNS servers (Google DNS and OpenDNS) on your Macbook.
How to Change/Configure DNS with Google DNS or OpenDNS
In the main interface of the Mac OS X, choose the Apple icon in the System Preferences...
Choose at Network.
Select the Locks icon
Type your Password's Macbook >> Press Enter or select Unlock button.
After you have successfully unlocked. You must now be on a screen which shows all the network connections your Mac has, containing your WiFi Adapter, Bluetooth, Thunderbolt,.... Choose your existing WiFi network. Then, Click the "Advanced" button located in the bottom-right corner.
Select DNS Tab.
- To remove the old DNS, you choose ( - ) button.
- To add a new DNS, you choose to ( + ) button >> Then, type the new DNS.
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Final, select OK to save your configure.