The Internet security company Cloudflare has put in place a new DNS service that everyone can use. The company has a claim to increase your connection speed with these DNS settings and provide extra security for your privacy.

We tell you what you will do to use it.
DNS servers, which are the backbone of our Internet service, are changing day by day. Cloudflare, a network security firm and internet services provider, has its own DNS server, 1.1.1.1. With security and high speed, the company seems to be quite ambitious that users will be satisfied.

In response to two different services such as OpenDNS and Google DNS, Cloudflare DNS’s service has been developed with security focus. At this time of growing concern about privacy, we need a little more time to fill in this approach. Because the company promises to delete DNS queries every 24 hours.

Networks in Wi-Fi or other wired-wireless technologies are slower and insecure than servers such as OpenDNS, Google DNS, and Cloudflare DNS, which are now available as external options. On the other hand, these options also make it possible to access internet sites that have been denied access. During times when services such as YouTube and Twitter were blocked in time, an important user population was able to access sites via DNS.

Cloudflare DNS’s global response time now has a Ping time of 14ms. For Open DNS this time is 20ms and for Google DNS it is 34 ms. The biggest factor in this period is the number of users.

Shortly after entering the DNS service CloudFlare blocked in Turkey:

With the ICTA’s recent statements, we saw that DNS servers would be blocked. Although he Cloudflare hours after entering the DNS service was blocked in Turkey. VPN solutions that provide internet access at lower speeds then stand out as the only option. There is no solution available to use Cloudflare DNS at this time. Nevertheless, in response to the possibility of opening again, let us tell you what device you need to do.

For Windows:

Click on the Start menu, then click on Control Panel.
Click on Network and Internet.
Click Change Adapter Settings.
Right-click the Wi-Fi network you are connected to, or the wired network at 8ya), then click Properties.
Select Internet Protocol Version 4 (or Version 6 if desired).
Click Properties.
Click Use the following DNS Server Addresses.

Change these addresses to 1.1.1.1 DNS addresses:
For IPv4: 1.1.1.1 and 1.0.0.1
For IPv6: 2606: 4700: 4700 :: 1111 and 2606: 4700: 4700 :: 1001
Click OK, and then click Close.
Restart your scanner.
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For Mac:
Open System Preferences.
Search for DNS Servers and choose from the pop-up menu.
To add a DNS Server, click the + button and enter 1.1.1.1
Click + again and enter 1.0.0.1.)
Click OK, and then click Apply.
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For Android:
Android requires static IP to use private DNS servers. Therefore, changing the DNS settings of the direct router directly is a big advantage, and it will automatically manage each device through this DNS. To put it briefly, it is better to use the modem settings at the end of the article instead of the changes to be made via Andorid. We nevertheless let the modem explain the process in case you do not belong to yourself

Connect to your preferred wireless network.
Enter your router’s IP address in your browser.
If you wish, enter your username and password. This entry can send a notification to the router.
On the configuration page of your router, find the DNS server settings.
Type the DNS server entry.
Fill in the following places:
For IPv4: 1.1.1.1 and 1.0.0.1
For IPv6: 2606: 4700: 4700 :: 1111 and 2606: 4700: 4700 :: 1001
Save your settings, then restart your browser.
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iPhone and iPad (iOS):
Open the Settings app from your IPhone (or your iPad’s) home screen.
Touch Wi-Fi, then touch the preferred network listed.
Touch Configure for DNS, then touch Manual.
If there are existing entries, touch the (-) button and touch Delete next to each one.
Press + Add Server, then type 1.1.1.1
+ Tap Add Server again, then type 1.0.0.1.
Touch the Save button in the upper right.
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Modem (router) settings for use with all devices:
Connect to your preferred wireless network.
Enter your router’s IP address in your browser.
If you wish, enter your username and password.
On the configuration page of your router, find the DNS server settings.
Type the DNS server entry.
Change the required locations as follows
For IPv4: 1.1.1.1 and 1.0.0.1
For IPv6: 2606: 4700: 4700 :: 1111 and 2606: 4700: 4700 :: 1001
Save your settings, then restart your browser.
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