It seems like a good idea to use Google's public DNS 184.108.40.206 and 220.127.116.11 because it's really fast -- much faster than my own ISP's DNS! -- and probably more reliable, too. That seems like a ...
are servers 18.104.22.168 (or 22.214.171.124) located on location, or are they distributed throughout the world? what I am interested in is, if I issue DNS request from austria, will I get reply from US or from ...
Is there any downside to using a public DNS service like Google's 126.96.36.199/188.8.131.52 for corporate network DNS service, as in making it the network connection's DNS server for an AD DC? It seems like if ...
Is Google Public DNS (for my browser, not my website) faster than your run of the mill DNS? [closed]
I was looking up info on using Google DNS for our website but found info on using Google Public DNS for our local computers. Anyone know if how much faster it is? Or a good way to measure it?
Back when google first released their 184.108.40.206 and 220.127.116.11 dns servers I did some profiling, and they are way faster for our location. A more recent test confirms this is still the case. However, after ...
Last night we were having some serious server events. At first it appeared that our issue was with google (18.104.22.168). We would run ping and at some point we would have some packet loss. At about the ...
I noticed very strange but consistent performance behavior from Google Public DNS 22.214.171.124. Even-though a DNS record was cached, the response time was in the range of 20-30ms, which seems high. When I ...