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Change your DNS servers on Linux

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Here’s how to change your DNS servers on Linux:

  1. Open the terminal by pressing Ctrl + T
  2. Enter the following command to become the root user:

    su
     
  3. Once you’ve entered your root password, run these commands:

    rm -r /etc/resolv.conf
    nano /etc/resolv.conf
     
  4. When the text editor opens, type in the following lines:

    nameserver 103.86.96.100
    nameserver 103.86.99.100
     
  5. Close and save the file. You can do so by clicking Ctrl + X and pressing Y. Continue typing in the terminal:

    chattr +i /etc/resolv.conf
    reboot now

That’s it! You are now using NordVPN’s DNS servers.

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