Know more about public DNS, increase browsing speed!

On the last day there is a lot of talk about DNS with one on Facebook. The things that he had given me the idea about that day, I will write about it here in GreenWeb blog. I hope it will help a lot of people. Specially those who are not browsing for slow internet browsing.

The public DNS server is a server that is used to translate from translate from DayMain to Ape. Those who do not know about it, they can read their written domain’s tutorial. In a one way domain input, it converts request to convert to api. For example: you want to login to www.greenweb.com.bd. It gave input to the browser. The browser will search for this domain on the public DNS server, if there is an entry in the domain that is not available (cached) or entry, there will be an IP receipt. After that the connection will be established on the server using that cap. No! It’s a lot complicated that the topic is moving away from the topic, is not it? There is no need to enter inside and work from him.

What does DNS do?

1. Aipi Resolve

2. Malware can block / bad sites

3. Every request can be secured.

 

Generally if you have your public DNS server, you will get a lot of speed. When you visit a site in the browser, see the loading icon Once the clock is clockwise, then the clock wise is moving. Why?

Turning anti clockwise means DNS resolved, establishing your internet connection with the site.

Turning clockwise means DNS is resolved, loading site content.

Now, if your DNS server is too close, you can download data a few times faster, so that browsing speed will increase greatly. Any anti clock clock will take less time;) If the public DNS server is not used, then it will be able to reopen an IP on the local DNS server which is very slow. The client’s DNS is often responsible for being the first byte reading time of the server, but many are not aware of it.

How to set public DNS?

Windows 7: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1PKlQyAezrs

Windows 10: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pwxvQBiAM5c

 

Do you use Ipe on DNS server?

Generally people use Google or open DNS server even though it is not right. Because, a lot of good DNS server from Google, you may find it. How to understand better? It is good not bad at all, but what you have to understand it is the best of all.

Command Prompt Open ping using the DNS server you want to use. Ping results for ms less than that is the best for you. Such as:

(I am now using the Grameenphone Inter Net to sit in the village;) the latency 4ms used in Dhaka;

Google DNS:

Pinging 8.8.8.8 with 32 bytes of data:
Reply from 8.8.8.8: Bytes = 32 time = 154ms TTL = 43
Reply from 8.8.8.8: bytes = 32 time = 152ms TTL = 43
Reply from 8.8.8.8: Bytes = 32 time = 151ms TTL = 43
Reply from 8.8.8.8: Bytes = 32 time = 150ms TTL = 43

Ping Statistics for 8.8.8.8:
Packets: Sent = 4, Received = 4, Lost = 0 (0% loss
Approximate round trip times in milli-seconds:
Minimum = 150ms, Maximum = 154ms, Average = 151ms

Here Google’s DNS server 8.8.8.8 ping result is average at 151ms. If less than ms is available on an ipec and there is no packet loss, then it will be best for me.

For example: mango isp’s public DNS

Pinging 114.130.4.3 with 32 bytes of data:
Reply from 114.130.4.3: Bytes = 32 time = 135ms TTL = 56
Reply from 114.130.4.3: Bytes = 32 time = 155ms TTL = 56
Reply from 114.130.4.3: bytes = 32 time = 138ms TTL = 56
Reply from 114.130.4.3: Bytes = 32 time = 113ms TTL = 56

Ping statistics for 114.130.4.3:
Packets: Sent = 4, Received = 4, Lost = 0 (0% los
Approximate round trip times in milli-seconds:
Minimum = 113ms, Maximum = 155ms, Average = 135ms

 

You can also ping 124.6.224.4 to see if you get less, but you can use it in primaries.

It’s good for me from Google. Generally, using the Bangladeshi DNS server will get good results. My recommendation is to use an IISP DNS in primary and use 8.8.8.8 IP in second. There will be a lot of speed and stubb connection.

Where do you get Bangladeshi DNS server?

1. Ask your OSP they will give the best.

2. https://public-dns.info/nameserver/bd.html Get Here

 

Thanks for reading the article.

Updated: April 21, 2019 — 11:53 am

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