Windows 10

Follow these step by step instructions to link your device to YonderTV


Step 1

Start by clicking the Start button at the bottom left corner of the screen.


Step 2

Start typing network on your keyboard until the Network Status option shows up in the results, and select that option.


Step 3

Under the Change your network settings heading, click on Change adapter options


Step 4

Depending on how you connect to the internet, select Wi-Fi, or your Local Area Connection (if you are using an Ethernet cable) by right clicking the icon and then select Properties. A new window should open up.


Step 5

In the new window that pops up, select Internet protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4).

IMPORTANT: If you see Internet Protocol Version 6 (TCP/IPv6) in the list, make sure to uncheck the box beside it.

Step 6

From the same window, click the Properties button in the bottom right.


Step 7

A new window should open up. Towards the bottom, click the Use the following DNS server addresses, and enter the YonderTV numbers 192.184.82.241 and 168.235.70.182 as shown.


Step 8

Finally, click the OK button, and the Close button on the previously opened window.


Step 9

Next step is important, you have to restart your computer. Pretty simple hey? :)


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