How do I change my DNS on my TalkTalk router?

How do I change my DNS on my TalkTalk router?

  1. Enter the username admin (in lower case) and password (you’ll find this on the removable settings card on the back of the Hub, select OK.
  2. Select See internet settings.
  3. Select Manage advanced settings.
  4. Select TalkTalk WiFi Hub.
  5. Select DNS Tab.
  6. Make sure ON is enabled.
  7. Add Primary and Secondary DNS Servers.
  8. Select Apply.

How do I change my DNS settings?


  1. Go to Settings > Network & Internet > Advanced > Private DNS.
  2. Select Private DNS provider hostname.
  3. Enter as the hostname of the DNS provider.
  4. Click Save.

How do I reset my DNS server?

To reset your DNS in Windows:

  1. Using the Start Menu at the lower left corner of your screen:
  2. Enter CMD into the text box and then select the Command Prompt program.
  3. A new black window will appear.
  4. Type ipconfig /flushdns and press ENTER (please note: there is a space between ipconfig and /flushdns)
  5. Restart your computer.

What do I need to know about TalkTalk DNS?

If you’re not using a TalkTalk router and you want to make sure you’re using the TalkTalk DNS settings, you’ll need to look at your instructions on how to change them. The DNS servers are; DNS (Domain Name Service) translates the web address you type in a web browser into an IP address.

How does my TalkTalk router work with DHCP?

Your TalkTalk router will provide a set of recommended DNS servers to all the devices connected to your local network (using DHCP). This means changes to the router settings will automatically propagate to the relevant devices. Well, assuming you have a semi-standard network configuration.

What are the settings for TalkTalk Business router?

Most ISPs (except O2/Be) use same router paras, PPPoA, VC MUX, 0/38, other than userID/pwd, on ADSL. Presumably TT doesn’t block port 25 SMTP OR you are not using port 25 SMTP, so email settings continue to work as is. POP3 is never affected by change of ISP. No reason that you have been shortchanged.

Why do I need SMTP AUTH for TalkTalk?

The reason for using with authentication is that I can be connected to any ISPs service and still able to dispatched emails. I could use the SMTP hosting facilities provided by my hosting provider but that server has a low reputation and therefore emails to many users in my address book don’t get through.