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Ad blocking extensions are great for individual browsers but leave out other devices and applications. Set up a router-level DNS filter to block ads for every device on your home network.

By setting your router to block ads you can enjoy ad free browsing on:

  • Hulu
  • In-app mobile games and apps
  • iPad and tablet browsers

Step 1: The Setup

To do this, just access your router’s web interface — how you do this will depend on which router you have. If you’re not sure how to do this, you’ll probably want to glance at your router’s manual to see instructions and learn the default password you’ll need.

Once there, you’ll probably find a DNS option on one of the pages. Change this and the setting will affect your entire network. If you’re having trouble finding the option, search your router’s manual or perform a Google search for your model of router and “change DNS.”

Use the following DNS servers:

Primary: 198.101.242.72

Secondary: 23.253.163.53

That's it! Now just connect any device you need ads blocked on to your router and enjoy the lack of ads.

DNS Servers hosted by Alternate DNS.

<p>dergot,</p><p>FB, Youtube, Google - and the likes makes money from selling raw and analyzed data on users to private entities that in many cases use that data to ploy on how to better sell useless stuff. </p>
<p>You know that most free sites only remain alive becouse of Ads right ?</p><p>Sites like instructables, facebook, youtube, GOOGLE (the website u mentioned on the post), etc... and we all use them (freely) on a daily basis... is it that frustrating to look at a couple of Ads ?<br><br>Just my 2 cents !</p>
<p>Couple of ads is the understatment of the year..... The internet is crawling with ads... </p><p>See video for more info.</p><p>https://goo.gl/vxkDxS</p>
<p>To dergott</p><p>To say that it is just a couple of Ads is like trying to cover the sun with your finger, I do understand that a lot of people make a living advertising but I am free to choose if I want to see their ads or not specially nowadays that they are running rampant. Just look at a webpage before and after ad-blocking and you will see the difference, no much argument against blocking after that.</p>

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