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Asphyxia

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Free & Public DNS Servers

Level3
209.244.0.3
209.244.0.4

Verisign
64.6.64.6
64.6.65.6

Google
8.8.8.8
8.8.4.4

Cloudflare
1.1.1.1
1.0.0.1

DNS.WATCH
84.200.69.80
84.200.70.40

Comodo Secure DNS
8.26.56.26
8.20.247.20

OpenDNS Home
208.67.222.222
208.67.220.220

Norton ConnectSafe
199.85.126.10
199.85.127.10

GreenTeamDNS
81.218.119.11
209.88.198.133

SafeDNS
195.46.39.39
195.46.39.40

OpenNIC
192.95.54.3
192.95.54.1

SmartViper
208.76.50.50
208.76.51.51

Dyn
216.146.35.35
216.146.36.36

FreeDNS
37.235.1.174
37.235.1.177

Alternate DNS
198.101.242.72
23.253.163.53

Yandex.DNS
77.88.8.8
77.88.8.1

UncensoredDNS
91.239.100.100
89.233.43.71

Hurricane Electric
74.82.42.42

puntCAT
109.69.8.51
 
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chuga2

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what is the dns recommended for this website ?
because, website sometimes is working and sometimes no
:rolleyes:
 

Asphyxia

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what is the dns recommended for this website ?
because, website sometimes is working and sometimes no
:rolleyes:
Level3 seems to work all the time ;)

Our DNS will begin working again soon, we switched to different NS quickly.
 
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Kieran

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Who knows what they are collecting tho :/ I prefer using quad9 via DNSCrypt
If you want to know which DNS is the fastest for you, try https://www.grc.com/dns/benchmark.htm
They collect about as much as any dns provider does probably. They know everything already anyways xD
Google said:
  • Request domain name, e.g. www.google.com
  • Request type, e.g. A (which stands for IPv4 record), AAAA (IPv6 record), NS, MX, TXT, etc.
  • Transport protocol on which the request arrived, i.e. TCP, UDP, or HTTPS
  • Client's AS (autonomous system or ISP), e.g. AS15169
  • User's geolocation information: i.e. geocode, region ID, city ID, and metro code
  • Response code sent, e.g. SUCCESS, SERVFAIL, NXDOMAIN, etc.
  • Whether the request hit our frontend cache
  • Whether the request hit a cache elsewhere in the system (but not in the frontend)
  • Absolute arrival time in seconds
  • Total time taken to process the request end-to-end, in seconds
  • Name of the Google machine that processed this request, e.g. machine101
  • Google target IP to which this request was addressed, e.g. one of our anycast IP addresses (no relation to the user's IP)
Your IP is deleted within 24-48 hours and they don't combine the logged data with your existing data

Also, I did do that benchmark and google was indeed the fastest by quite far ^^
 

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