How do I resolve primary DNS server?
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How do I change my primary DNS server?
To change your DNS server, head to Settings > Wi-Fi, long-press the network you’re connected to, and tap “Modify Network”. To change DNS settings, tap the “IP settings” box and change it to “Static” instead of the default DHCP.
What is the primary DNS server?
A primary DNS server is the first point of contact for a browser, application or device that needs to translate a human-readable hostname into an IP address. The primary DNS server contains a DNS record that has the correct IP address for the hostname. This translation is done by the Domain Name System (DNS).
What causes a DNS error?
Why does a DNS error occur? DNS errors occur essentially because you’re unable to connect to an IP address, signaling that you may have lost network or internet access. DNS stands for Domain Name System. In other words, the DNS translates your web domain name into an IP address and vice versa.
How can I reset my DNS server?
[Procedure] How to flush your DNS & reset your TCP/IP
- From Windows Start, search for cmd.
- Right click on Command Prompt and click Run as administrator.
- In the console, type the following command: ipconfig /flushdns.
- Afterwards, type: netsh int ip reset.
- Once done, restart your computer.