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Google Public DNS is not used in trace route

In my PC i am using google public DNS as DNS server.In Internet protocol(TCP/IP) properties i have set Preferred DNS server as 8 8 4 4 and Alternate DNS server as 8 8 8 8. According to me this DNS ...
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1answer
666 views

Custom DNS for Specific Access Points in Windows 7

I would like to use Google Public DNS (8.8.8.8,8.8.4.4) at home, but the school firewall works through DNS, so using a custom name server disables accessing the internet. Is there any way to ...
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1answer
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No AAAA responses from Google DNS

I just set up a HE tunnel on my Windows 7 PC, and while i can browse to http://[2a01:3f0:0:a::186]/ i cannot browse to http://ipv6only.bredbandskollen.se which is their FQDN. Also, the speedtest flash ...
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1answer
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Change DNS Server through registry?

How can I change/switch my DNS server IP address by a registry script? For example, I want to change to Google DNS Server (IP: 8.8.8.8) often and when I need to check my internet usage I need to ...
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4answers
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really weird DNS problem in Ubuntu {after one month, seems like ISP problem}

I been having this random dns problem, in Ubuntu 10.04 and in 10.10 it started about 2 weeks ago after (I believe) an update. Basically when I go to a website randomly I get that the website I'm ...
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1answer
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Set DNS manually on KDE

The Network Manager on KDE gets DNS configuration from DHCP and sets it automatically, but I would like to use the Google Public DNS. If I overwrite /etc/resolv.conf with nameserver 8.8.8.8 it still ...
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2answers
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DNS servers cached and won't go away

I'm having an odd problem that probably has a simple solution that I'm missing. I switched our wireless router to different DNS servers (google's public DNS in lieu of our ISPs). In the router ...
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5answers
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What to do when an ISP intercepts NXDOMAIN requests?

I think my ISP is intercepting NXDOMAIN requests. For instance, I type http://foo.bar.baz.foobarbaz into my address bar, and I am redirected to ...