Dns updating slow
When you type a domain name into your browser, for example, your PC contacts the DNS servers it has listed, the server looks up the IP address for that domain name, and then the PC can fire off it’s browsing request to that IP address.The trouble is that most ISPs maintain DNS servers that can be a little on the slow and unreliable side.Google and Open DNS both maintain their own, free, public DNS servers that are typically much faster and more reliable. Note: The techniques in this article work in Windows 7, 8, and 10.Right-click the network status icon in your system tray, and then click “Open the Network and Sharing Center” on the context menu.2] If this does not help, you may try to install and configure Open DNS and see if that helps.3] The next suggestion I have to make is entering the Physical address in the Network adapter setting and seeing if that works for you.If you are using Root Hints, it may be necessary to update your root hints from time to time, as my good MVP friend, Mick, recently reminded me.
The bottom half of the “Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP / IPv4) Properties” window shows the DNS settings.Now you have to enter the same DNS address in the Router configuration as well.You may refer the Router manual for more information on this.Here are the IP addresses for Google DNS and Open DNS: Google DNS Preferred: 184.108.40.206 Alternate: 220.127.116.11 Open DNS Preferred: 2.222 Alternate: 2.220 We’re using Google DNS in our example, but feel free to use whichever you like.
When you’ve typed in the addresses, click the “OK” button.
I’m going to use 192.2 From your SBS server, open up DNS – then click on the Root Hints tab to see the current list of root DNS servers.