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I can't access any website through my browser while connected to VPN.

Sometimes your ISP might be using a DNS network that will prevent VPN from accessing websites. This usually results in your browser timing out on any website while you are connected to our VPN.

In order to solve that, we recommend that you set your DNS network to OpenDNS or Google. Actually, we recommend to use Google rather than other DNS servers. However, here's a list of DNS servers you can use:

GoogleDNS: 8.8.4.4 + 8.8.8.8
ComodoDNS: 156.154.70.22 + 156.154.71.22
OpenDNS: 208.67.222.222 + 208.67.220.220
UltraDNS: 156.154.70.1 + 156.154.71.1
NortonDNS: 198.153.192.1 + 198.153.194.1

If you would like to learn how to update your DNS settings, please have a look at the following instructions given from Google.

Finally, if you are really paranoid or that Google by a way or another censors the content you wish to access, you can use our free custom ICANN/OpenNIC DNS servers by using the following details.

     Primary: dns1.proxy.sh or 146.185.134.104 (Netherlands)
     Secondary: dns2.proxy.sh or 192.241.172.159 (U.S. New York)

We also have a round-robin hub at the following address: dns.proxy.sh
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