Should I Use 8.8 8.8 DNS?


It’s recommended that any domain controller/DNS servers local network interface should always point to another domain controller/DNS interface then itself, never to an external IP.

DNS Forwarders should be configured in the DNS management console to point to external DNS servers of your ISP.

Can I use 8.8 8.8 DNS?

8.8. 8.8 is the primary DNS, 8.8. Google DNS service is free to use and can be used by anyone who has access to the Internet. You can use Google DNS IP instead of your ISP’s DNS servers to improve the resolve time and provide security.

8.8. 8.8 is the primary DNS server for Google DNS. Google DNS is a public DNS service that has been launched by Google that has been set up to make the Internet and the DNS system faster, safer, secure, and more reliable for all internet users.

What is the IP address of 8.8 8.8 used for?

Details for

Services:None detected
Assignment:Likely Static IP

5 more rows

Is it better to use Google DNS?

If your ISPs DNS host is crummy, it probably has better performance. Many times DNS makes a big performance difference in browsing the web. Then again, Googles DNS is likely to have more in-cache, so possibly faster to answer. Another good thing is that Google’s DNS servers validate DNSSEC, most ISP DNS servers do not.

Is it OK to change DNS server?

Changing your current DNS settings to the OpenDNS servers is a safe, reversible, and beneficial configuration adjustment that will not harm your computer or your network. You can print out this page and write down your previous DNS settings if desired.

How do I clear my DNS cache?

To clear the DNS cache on Microsoft Windows, follow these steps:

  • Open a DOS command window. To do this, click Start, click Run, type cmd, and then press Enter.
  • At the command prompt, type the following flush DNS command and then press Enter: ipconfig /flushdns.
  • The DNS cache is now clear.