New resolvers for DIY Servers

If you have a do-it-yourself server (VPS) with us, you need to switch to our new resolvers before 31 March 2023.

As part of our improvement efforts, we will change the resolvers for our Do It Yourself (VPS) platform on March 31, 2023. If you have a Do It Yourself server, you need to check which resolvers your server is using and ensure it is using our new ones by March 31. You can already make the change now.

Our old resolvers have IP addresses and, respectively. These will stop working on March 31.

Replace these with and

If you want to use IPv6 instead of IPv4, use 2a02:28f0:0:239::35 and 2a02:28f0:101:1::35, respectively.

You can read more about how to do this on different platforms below. If you have any questions about the change, please do not hesitate to contact us.


Edit /etc/resolv.conf with any text editor. Change the lines:


To instead be:


If you see nameserver in /etc/resolv.conf, you have some service on the server that is handling lookups. You should then check which nameservers that service uses and make changes to that service’s configuration instead of /etc/resolv.conf.

Windows Server

Right-click on the network icon at the bottom of the taskbar and select Open Network & Internet settings.

Select Change adapter options

Right-click on your network adapter and select Properties.

Select Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4) and then click Properties.

Under Use the following DNS server addresses, change the Preferred DNS server and Alternate DNS server from: