Tomato Router DNS Setup for Smart DNS Proxy

Following Smart DNS Proxy setup instructions for Tomato Router is only needed one time. Once you finish the initial Tomato Router DNS setup for Smart DNS Proxy, you won't be needing to take the same steps again. But when if your IP address changes you need to log into your Smart DNS Proxy MyAccount panel and register your new IP address to our network. So our network will be able to identify your Tomato Router.

Please take following steps to configure DNS on Tomato firmware routers:

1. Open Tomato Web Admin and  Click Basic < Network section.

2. Change Static DNS IPs to Smart DNS Proxy. Please use two of the following IPs*
The list of IP addresses of our DNS severs can be found on our DNS Server List here: Use the closest DNS servers to your physical location. Select the closest server to your physical location as Primary. Then select the 2nd closest server to your physical location as Secondary server.

* We suggest that you use the closest DNS IPs to you. For example, if you are located in Europe, you can use Germany as Primary and Spain or Ireland as secondary.

3. Save Settings.


We suggest you to restart your Tomato Router.

* Remember whenever your PC/Router IP changes, our service will stop working for you.  You will need to LOG INTO Smart DNS Proxy and UPDATE your IP address so that our system could check your IP address and add your new IP to our database. Then, you will be able to continue using our service. If this is the first time you set up, we also suggest that you log in with your PC to our site from the same Wired/Wireless network to show our system your IP address.

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