Boost Your Internet Speed By Changing Your DNS Server Address



Most home user’s set DNS server setting on automatic or the DNS addresses provided by the user’s ISP (Internet service provider), But you can use any DNS Server address as you like (even you can make your own DNS Server). Before changing your DNS Server addresses, You must have the new DNS server address ready to be entered. If you don’t know the DNS addresses, contact your ISP (Internet Service Provider) or the Administrator, Company, IT Department. If you wanting to use free open source DNS Server so Google and OPENDNS is the best sources on the internet. We suggest if a DNS address is already entered, You write the address information down in case you need to change it back. I have personally done it. When my internet speed going to slow I use Google or OPENDNS DNS Addresses it’s working 100%.


To use Google’s Public DNS service or OPENDNS, You’ll need to configure your router or computer to use their DNS servers addresses.


How to set up  Google Public DNS server?

The Google Public DNS IP addresses (IPv4) are as follows:


The Google Public DNS IPv6 addresses are as follows:

  • 2001:4860:4860::8888
  • 2001:4860:4860::8844

You can use either number as your primary or secondary DNS server. You can specify both numbers, but do not specify one number as both primary and secondary.

You can configure Google Public DNS addresses for either IPv4 or IPv6 connections, or both.

For More details go to official Google Public DNS page


How to set up OpenDNS Public DNS server?

With OpenDNS, you’ll also get additional services like malware detection, stats, and more, in addition to the speed boost.

To configure OpenDNS use this link.


In our next post we are teach you how to change your dns server automatically with our any trouble. Wish you success and peace buddies. Stay updated by subscribing our email news feed or like our facebook page.

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