CenturyLink DNS addresses

Domain Name Server, or DNS addressing, is sometimes called the phonebook of the internet. It's a huge system of directories that translate text-based website names to long numbers (IP addresses) that can be used by computers. 


CenturyLink automatically assigns a DNS address to each device that connects to our network. If you ever need to manually enter the DNS information in your modem or router, you can find the information you need in the table below. 

Service Type Primary DNS Secondary DNS
All Customers

If you are running a mail or web server and need a custom DNS entry, please contact us.

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