How to Configure Network Settings to use Google Public DNS

Jan 21, 2011 Chrome ignoring system DNS and using Google DNS instead I'm using Chrome version 32.0.1700.107 on Mac OS X 10.8.5. My network prefs are set to use OpenDNS ( and but I've found (monitoring using a firewall) Chrome is instead using 2001:4860:4860::8888. Lately I've been experiencing a lot of DNS issues inside chrome which don't occur in other browsers like Firefox and Safari. Why You Shouldn’t Use Your ISP’s Default DNS Server

Google Public DNS is a Domain Name System (DNS) service offered to Internet users worldwide by Google. It functions as a recursive name server. Google Public DNS was announced on 3 December 2009, in an effort described as "making the web faster and more secure".

You can manage DNS records using the Google Cloud Console. Or, try our easy-to-use, scriptable gcloud command-line tool to manage your records. You can also access the fully featured REST API to create your own customized DNS interface. The Advantages to using Google Public DNS – Brontobytes Blog The first advantage to using Google Public DNS is speed, reliability and performance. Google already crawls the internet regularly and part of the process is to resolve and cache all DNS information. Because of this they are able to support high-volume searches because a big portion of their answers are coming from their cache.

Analysis of PsiXBot's use of Google's DNS over HTTPS Service. Proofpoint researchers observed the use of DNS over HTTPS to retrieve the IP address for the command and control (C&C) domains. We observed this change while the version number for PsiXBot was still 1.0.2. This update was a stark departure from the previous update[1], which utilized

You can use your ISP DNS server or google. nslookup hit enter server=DNS-Server-IP hit enter type in domain name hit enter. Using Verbose. Turning on debug will display a lot more details about the resource record such as primary name server, mail address, default TTL and much more. To turn on debug use the command below