Articles tagged: DNS
I Keep Getting “DNS Server Not Responding” Errors. What Can I Do?
Slow Domain Name System (DNS) lookups can affect your apparent internet speed. Your ISP should provide fast DNS, but there are alternatives.
Never Attribute to Malice . . .
Malicious intent is commonly understood to be the cause of technological trials and tribulations. It’s usually the wrong assumption to make.
How Do I Find the DNS Server Used By My PC?
How to quickly find the DNS servers used by Windows. They’re typically specified by your ISP, but I’ll also discuss why you might change your DNS servers.
How Do I Change My DNS to 126.96.36.199 in Windows 10?
Alternate DNS providers can be faster, safer, or both. I’ll show you how to change your DNS setting for Windows 10.
How Do I Change the DNS Used By My Computer?
Sometimes using a DNS service other than that provided by your ISP makes sense. I’ll show you how to make the change.
What Is “Ping”, and What Does Its Output Tell Me?
Ping is one of the oldest diagnostic tools. It simply validates connectivity from point A to point B, and in doing so provides additional useful information.
How Does Flushing a DNS Cache Help Resolve Some Issues, and While You’re at It, What’s DNS?
DNS transforms domain names into IP addresses. A DNS cache remembers DNS information… but sometimes it needs to forget.
Is My Router Acting as a DNS Server?
Some smart routers can act as a local DNS servers in an attempt to speed things up.