One of the most important tasks you will need to complete in order to set up your home network is to find and set up a DNS server. This is a server that stores the addresses of websites and other resources so that your computer can easily locate them.
There are a few ways to find a DNS server. You can either search online or contact your ISP or network administrator.
If you have a home network, you can usually set up your own DNS server. If you don’t have a home network or you want to use a DNS server that is provided by your ISP, you can usually find information about how to do this on their website. .
Once you have a DNS server set up, you will need to configure your computer to use it. This is usually done by opening the “Network and Sharing Center” applet in Windows 10 or by going to the “Control Panel” applet and clicking on “Network and Internet” in Windows 7 or 8.
Once you are in the “Network and Internet” applet, click on the “Network Connections” tab and then on the “Wi-Fi” connection.
In the “Wi-Fi” connection, click on the “Configure” button. In the “Configure” window, click on the “Security” tab and then on the “Advanced” button.
In the “Advanced” window, click on the “DNS Servers” button. In the “DNS Servers” window, click on the “Add” button.
In the “Add” window, type in the DNS server address that you found online or from your ISP. If you are using a DNS server that is provided by your ISP, they will usually provide this information.
Click on the “OK” button to add the server to the list.
Now, when you try to access a website, your computer will lookup the address of the DNS server and then use that address to connect to the website.