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ISP DNS or Google DNS for your Sat Box

Discussion in 'General Satellite Discussion' started by DjXs, Dec 17, 2016.

  1. DjXs

    DjXs Member

    Is it best to leave your ISP DNS or switch it to Google DNS on your Sat box? Just wondering what everyone else is using or if it even makes a difference? Thanks
  2. alcable

    alcable TK Veteran

  3. dangerous

    dangerous TK Veteran

    I'll second that, Google ;-)
  4. gmangt4

    gmangt4 TK Veteran

    Defo not ypur ISP's, I will third the google suggestion lol
  5. skyvmninja

    skyvmninja Member Forum Supporter

    google all the way
  6. Mutantusr

    Mutantusr Member

    Will probably do this now but what are the benefits?

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  7. No1gooner

    No1gooner TK Veteran

    Google I use it because it's faster then my isp's.

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  8. gmangt4

    gmangt4 TK Veteran

    I use them because isp's can block your server url at their dns servers, whereas they can't do that at an someone else's.
  9. dsayers2014

    dsayers2014 TK Veteran

    I've been using my isp without issues might give google a go but don't see if there's any need
  10. scoob197

    scoob197 TK Veteran

    I find Google DNS faster than my ISP's
  11. dangerous

    dangerous TK Veteran

    I've found certain lines wouldn't connect though virmin so changed the DNS to Googles and they connected straight away.
  12. userlee5267

    userlee5267 Member

    Just changed my boxes dns to googles ip and my ecm times have gone from 0.145 to 0.045. I have read on the net that if you change to another dns not set by your isp you will occur charges because the unlimited download ratio wont be working properly is that true?
  13. dangerous

    dangerous TK Veteran

    Not sure about that, but I've not had any issues.
  14. djgarf

    djgarf TK Veteran

    If its unlimited then why would you get extra charges?
    Isps don't care what DNS server you use but if you have issues they will probably tell you to switch back to their own DNS servers before they will help you further
  15. pau1tkb

    pau1tkb Member

    Hi guys sorry for jumping onto thread. This sounds like something I'd like to try. How do I go about setting up my dns to Google? I've got a zgemma h.2s and isp is sky.
  16. murdotechmob

    murdotechmob Member

  17. kiddac

    kiddac Banned banned

    Has there been a post on another forum or social media lately. Why is there a sudden interest in this. Lots of posts about it. Which is why I answered the other post (that is linked above)
  18. dsayers2014

    dsayers2014 TK Veteran

  19. kiddac

    kiddac Banned banned

    Maybe... maybe people getting confused by VPNs and DNSs.
    Big brother will always be watching.. no matter what you do :)
  20. murdotechmob

    murdotechmob Member

    Probably hoping changing to Googles DNS would stop so much glitch in etc since it should makes your Internet slightly faster.

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