How To Fix Your Internet Connection With Google's DNS And Other Alternatives
Aug 16, 2013 11:27
You may have noticed your internet connection playing tricks on you for 20 minutes or so, resulting in you not able to load webpages. You just couldn't send any data out. The reason for that is because there's a hiccup with Google's DNS servers and here's how to fix it.
The simple instructions below come from Google's page on how to set up your connection with its public servers.
But since Google's the one that was having issues today, you'd want to swap out its servers (184.108.40.206 and/or 220.127.116.11) for something else. The most popular alternative on Twitter today was Level 3's (18.104.22.168), which you can always use to test if the problem is the DNS. There are other public DNS servers like OpenDNS out there too, and often, they are faster than the ones your ISP sets you up with.
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