Updating dns server
This article is for people to change their Windows 7 DNS settings. Right click on your network device and choose properties. Click Add and then type a Tier2 server IP in the box that pops up and click add again. If you’re feeling adventurous and/or lazy, you can try this little app’!
It will also override the DNS settings sent through DHCP so it is acceptable for most users of Windows 7. In my case this was Local Area Connection, but it could also be a wireless adapter or named something else. Choose the IP version you would like to set the DNS settings for and click “properties”. You may repeat the add step as many times as you want to add more DNS servers.
For some advanced users, it may be desirable to use different name servers.
This requires more maintenance, since it is not automatically updated like Host Gator name servers are.
Note: We cannot provide direct support in modifying the DNS records at your registrar.