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List of DNS servers alternative to your ISP

Many users complain that their ISPs provide them with DNS servers that are always down or very slow. Well, today in WWWhatsnew I am going to explain four services that allow us to use their DNS servers to improve our navigation.

First of all, to configure any of the DNS services to comment, you must be in the properties of your connection, basically these are found in the task bar of your operating system.

In the case of Windows, we will right click on the icon of our wireless or cable connection and click on Status, Properties and choose TPC / UPD Protocol, select alternative DNS servers and write the ones we are going to use.

In the case of Linux systems, we must edit the file resolv.conf, where you specify nameserver there we must place the DNS.

Four alternatives to your ISP to improve the quality of navigation:

Google DNS: Google, about half a year ago, entered the world of DNS servers, it did so basically because its infrastructure allows it to have high-performance servers for that use, in order to improve the browsing experience, and why not … gain more users. To use Google DNS, we must use the IP addresses 8.8.8.8 (primary DNS) Y 8.8.4.4 (Secondary DNS).

open DNS: Another alternative to your ISP is OpenDNS, a great alternative because it includes several filters where we can block insecure or explicit content websites. Ideal for schools and businesses. To use your servers: 208.67.222.222 (Primary DNS) and 208.67.220.220 (Secondary DNS).

DNS advantage: DNS Advantage resolves all your DNS requests through the UltraDNS Directory Services Platform, so your browsing will be greatly improved. 156.154.70.1 (Primary DNS) and 156.154.71.1 (Secondary DNS).

ScrubIT: And the last alternative is ScrubIT, a DNS server that regulates the connection allowing you to filter dangerous websites. 67.138.54.100 (Primary DNS) and 207.225.209.66 (Secondary DNS).

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