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When on VPN, can't load any sites that belong to Google

I work from home and I VPN into the office. We are a remote team all over the country and we use Google Hangouts to video conference. After I VPN, I then RDP onto my desktop which is a physical ...
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Can bookmarking a page test DNS change?

I tried the google DNS and I actually get faster speed however in their testing section they state: Navigate to google.come and bookmark it, if works both times you are set. Why isn't the first test ...
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Google domains not working DNS issue

When accessing Google products (google.com / youtube.com etc...) I often get a : Oops! Google Chrome could not connect to google.com Try reloading: google.­com Additional suggestions: Access a cached ...
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Unable to Connect to just Google Servers

I am in an extremely strange problem. I am unable to connect to just Google Servers. I am not able to access any site related to Google, Google.com | YouTube | Google+ | Webmaster Tools | jQuery CDN, ...
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1answer
915 views

Why do I have to use Google DNS on Home Router (CenturyLink)

I have a CenturyLink DDR2200, working with my PrismTV (Same a U-Verse, but its IPTV) For some reason, to use Apple's iMessage, or FaceTime, I have to go into the device settings and change the DNS ...
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Why should I use DNS 8.8.8.8? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Google's DNS service: Google public DNS I was asked to put 8.8.8.8 as an alternative DNS server. Through whois I found that the IP address corresponds to the host ...
6
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1answer
820 views

How does Google bypass IP routing?

At the Google Public DNS Performance Benefits page, they claim In Google Public DNS, we have implemented several approaches to speeding up DNS lookup times. Some of these approaches are fairly ...
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4answers
2k views

How do I properly access Google through IPV6?

I'm trying to access Google through IPv6. However, it seems to want to send me back to IPv4! I did a DNS lookup on IPv6.google.com at http://centralops.net/co/ and found their IP, then tried this... ...
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Can't connect to router after adding Google DNS

I configured my router's DNS to use the two Google DNS IPs, which sped up web surfing a lot. However, I can now no longer connect to my router at 192.168.1.1. What is the reason for this? Do I have ...
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Should I use Google Public DNS service for my desktop?

What are the pros and cons of using Google Public DNS resolution service?
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3answers
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In Google Apps, is there a way to completely hide the fact that you're using Google?

If I have a domain in Google Apps: http://mydomain.com If I host this under Google Apps, I can have my documents, calendar, and mail at sub-domains: https://docs.mydomain.com ...