Part 1: Validate your IP Address on the 'My Account' panel
Part 2: Change your Xbox One settings
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 â€śAutomaticâ€ť, just change your DNS settings back to â€śAutomaticâ€ť in order to get back to your original settings.
1. Press on â€śSettingsâ€ť button (3) on your controller.
2. Choose â€śSettingsâ€ť (4).
3. Then click on â€śNetworkâ€ť (5).
4. Choose â€śAdvanced Settingsâ€ť (6).
5. Then click on â€śDNS Settingsâ€ť (7).
6. Choose â€śManualâ€ť (8).
7. Enter the Keenow Addresses:
Primary DNS Server: 22.214.171.124
Secondary DNS Server: 126.96.36.199
8. Choose Secondary DNS Server and enter Keenow Secondary DNS Server address (11) and click â€śEnterâ€ť (12) again.
9. Now your Xbox One will test your network connection.
10. If your Xbox One will pass the connection test, it will ask you to click on â€śContinueâ€ť (13).
11. Now you will have to change your location. Please skip this step if youâ€™ve already done it. Go again to â€śSettingsâ€ť (step 1 and 2). Choose â€śSystemâ€ť (14).
12. Choose â€śLanguage and Locationâ€ť tab (15).
13. Now choose â€śEnglishâ€ť in â€śLanguagesâ€ť (16). Click on Location (17).
14. Change your location to â€śUnited Statesâ€ť (18) if you want to access US applications or â€śUnited Kingdomâ€ť for UK applications.
15. Click on â€śRestart nowâ€ť (19) to restart your Xbox One and youâ€™re done!