DNS (Domain Name System) is a hierarchical system used by computers to locate Internet Protocol (IP) addresses for hostnames. Each domain name is associated with a particular set of DNS servers.

When you type a hostname into a web browser, your computer queries a DNS server for the address of the host. If you’re using a Google domain name, the DNS server is probably already configured and you can use the instructions below to change your DNS settings. .

To change your DNS settings in Google Domain:

1. Log in to your account at Google.


2. Click on the Settings link in the top right corner of the page.

3. Under “General Settings,” click on the DNS section.

4. In the “DNS Servers” box, type the DNS servers you want to use.

5. Click on the “Update DNS” button.

6. Restart your computer if prompted.

7. Visit your web browser and type the hostname you want to access.

8. The address should now be correct.