Windows 2000 DNS Configuration

Click your "Start" and then "Settings" and then over to "Control Panel" and left click on it.

Locate "Network and Dial-up Connections" and double left click to open it.

Locate your dial up connection, and double left click on it to open it.

Find the "Properties" button and single left click on it.

Locate the "Networking" tab and single left click on it.

Find the line that says "Internet Protocol (TCP/IP)" and single left click on it to highlight it. Now, find the "Properties" button and single left click on it.

Enter the following DNS numbers where indicated above:

Primary DNS:

65.43.19.26

Secondary DNS:

209.153.128.4

  1. Locate your "Preferred DNS" and clear out all of the old numbers, then do the same with "Alternate DNS."
  2. Next, starting with "Preferred DNS," double left click in the space to the left of the first period.
  3. Now type in 209.153.128.4 you will notice that the cursor automatically advances to the next space over as you type.
  4. Locate the <TAB> key on your keyboard and press it. This will automatically take you to the line, "Alternate DNS."
  5. Double left click in the space to the left of the first period. Now type in 65.43.19.26, You may have to hit the <SPACE> bar to get the cursor to move to the next space as you go.
  6. Now Click OK, then click the next OK to close "Dial Up Networking."
  7. Left click OK three times until you are back into the "Dial Up Networking" folder. Close out of "Dial Up Networking" by clicking on the X in the upper right corner of the folder.

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