Updating the DNS Server on a Mac

  1. Go to the Apple menu and select System Preferences.
    MAC - 004 - step 1
     
  2. Click Network.
    MAC - 004 - step 2
     
  3. Click Wi-Fi or Ethernet (depending on how you are connected) on the left, then click the Advanced button in the lower right corner of the Network window.
    MAC - 004 - step 3
     
  4. Look for the APSU DNS Servers, which are 10.2.100.33 and 10.2.100.112. If other DNS servers are listed, highlight them and click the minus sign to remove them. When finished making changes to the DNS settings, click on the OK button.
    MAC - 004 - step 4
     
  5. Click Apply for the DNS changes to take effect. The topmost DNS servers will be accessed first, so be sure to put the best performing servers near the top of the list for best results.
    MAC - 004 - step 5

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Article ID: 40229
Created
Thu 10/5/17 1:48 PM
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Tue 6/12/18 10:48 AM