I often stumble across the
DNS_PROBE_FINISHED_NXDOMAIN error when I try to load a website.
I can solve it to manually specify the DNS servers, using for example one of Google's public DNS server addresses like
184.108.40.206, or pick an OpenDNS address. After applying those settings, things work fine again.
But at my school they run their own DNS servers or something (I don't know exactly how it works), and they apparently disallow me to use my manually specified public DNS addresses. So I have to change my settings back to 'Automatically assign DNS servers'.
So everytime I am at school, I have to revert my settings, and when I'm not at school, I have to manually re-specify those public DNS server addresses.
- Is there a way to assign IP settings only when I'm connected to a specific router or network? If yes, how do I do that?
- Is there another way to tackle the problem?
PS: I'm running Windows 10 (64bit, but does that matter?).