Learn how to change your TM Streamyx modem DNS server or IP address to improve your overall internet speed. Change the default TM DNS server to your preferred primary and secondary DNS server or IP address.
DNS server or IP address can affect your browsing experience, using faster DNS server can significantly improve your internet speed. For example, you can try using Google DNS on your Windows or apply it on your Streamyx modem.
Besides using Google public DNS, there are few methods which can help you to find faster DNS IP address available around you, one of it is by using Namebench. You can read this post on how Namebench can help to improve your internet speed.
Note: This guide is for TM Streamyx wireless G ADSL 2+ modem model Innacomm W3400V6. Different model should have slightly different configuration page. However, it will be very similar to each other.
How to change TM Streamyx modem DNS server or IP address
Step 1: Turn on your computer and TM Streamyx modem.
Step 2: Connect your computer to the wireless network or use LAN cable.
Step 3: Open any internet browser and enter the following URL exactly: http://192.168.1.1
Step 4: On the login page, key in your login detail. Below is the default:
- ID: tmadmin
- Password: Adm@XXXX
- or if fail, you can try “tmadmin” without ” “
- XXXX is the last 4 digit of your modem MAC id, you can find it on the sticker at the bottom of your modem and usually written on the router box by the service technician
Step 5: Once done, click “Login”.
Step 6: On the left-hand side menu, click “Advanced Setup”.
Step 7: Under “Advanced Setup” sub-menu, click “DNS”.
Step 8: Under “DNS” sub-menu, click “DNS Server”.
Step 9: Checked “Use the following Static DNS IP address:” option.
Step 10: Key-in your preferred DNS server or IP address in the “Primary DNS server” and “Secondary DNS server”.
Step 11: Click “Apply/Save” to save the changes.
Step 12: Reboot your modem for the new configurations to take effect.
Done! Now your TM Streamyx modem is using your new and preferred DNS server or IP address.