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    If we are changing DNS of websites that will be helpful or not for website traffic point of view ?

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    Faster DNS will help on the website traffic and if the DNS has to be provided by the more unicast. This is the factors that depend on the DNS to make the impact on the website traffic. Dell error code 2000-0142 happened when DNS is not that fast and strong.

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    • #3
      Ok, Got It, I will try it. But how to choose best DNS, please share your view ?

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      • #4
        Changing your DNS settings is one of those minor tweaks that can have a big return on a day to day internet speeds. For example, if you were to enter www. bigpond email support .com into your browser, the DNS server will translate that into an IP address in this case 54.221.192.241. your DNS server will have cached the data for a range of websites. your DNS server will request the entry from another server. Your default DNS server is likely to be provided by your ISP. example

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        • #5
          Breaking DNS is bad and breaking the DNS entries used to reach the system you use to administer DNS is (really really) bad. If you're using BIND, then hopefully you're at least keeping last known good data in SVN. If you're making all of your DNS changes manually there's a good chance of shooting yourself in the foot. i have also changed my DNS ON Amazon echo troubleshooting then I face soo many of problem.

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          • #6
            Faster DNS will help on the website traffic and overall Seo of the website. Google has admitted that page load time does affect SERP results. Even though DNS lookup times are usually well under a second, they can still affect page loads. If you say yes to any of the following questions, you?re at a high risk for slow DNS resolution times.

            These factors can significantly hurt your load times and SERP rankings.

            1. Does your provider experience outages or performance issues often?
            When your DNS fails to resolve or takes longer than usual, that can add entire seconds to your page load times. Don?t settle for a provider with a history of unreliability. Your DNS provider is responsible for keeping your website/application reachable to your end-users. If they falter, you could see higher bounce rates, drop in client retention and brand trust, or even loss of revenue. Only a global provider like Apps4Rent etc. can keep their services 99.9% up so think thrice before you think about switching your provider.

            2. Does your provider have a Unicast network? Or less than 10 points of presence?
            It?s simple physics, the closer a name server is to an end-user the less time it takes to answer that user?s query. Another thing to look at is how many name servers are authoritative for your domain? If it?s less than three, you need to look at a different provider.

            Regards,
            Akshay
            Last edited by Akshay_M; 04-24-2019, 03:54 PM.

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            • #7
              This is very informative explanation, Thanks. I will try it very carefully.

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              • #8
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                Yes, You Should Still Change Your DNS Settings for Better Internet. The DNS (Domain Name System) server settings on your laptop, phone, or router are your gateway to the web?converting easy-to-remember domain names like www Garmin support comes into actual internet IP addresses, just like your contacts app converts names into actual phone numbers.

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