How to setup Keenow Smart DNS on a Chromebook

Please ensure that you have a Keenow account (Free or Premium) before setting your device
Part 1: Validate your IP Address on the 'My Account' panel
 IMPORTANT:  The access to the Smart DNS service is granted based on your IP address. Please update us if your IP address has changed (i.e. moved from one WiFi network to another) or otherwise our servers would be blocked for you. Click here to update your IP address using the 'My Account' panel.
Part 2: Change your Chrome OS (or Chromium OS) DNS settings
Important - This has to be done only once.
 Before you start:  Please write down your current DNS addresses before you change your DNS configurations. You should take note of these addresses in case that you need to get back to your original settings. If your original configuration were set to “Automatic”, just change your DNS settings back to “Automatic” in order to get back to your original settings.
1. Log-in to your Chromebook, click the status bar which can be found at the bottom right of your desktop screen and choose “Settings”
2. Under “Internet Connection”, Click on your Wi-Fi Network and in the list that shown, click your connection again.
3. Click the “Network” tab. You will see that "Automatic name servers" is already selected. Now Select "Custom name servers"
Enter the following DNS details:
Server 1:
Server 2:
Press 'Close' and exit all the windows which were opened during the process.
Don’t forget to update your IP Address using Keenow's “My Account” panel as described at the beginning of the tutorial.