Having a problem with my Rogers home internet. I'm connected over airport and all works just fine. But, randomly it will just grind to a halt and I'll get a message to the effect "could not resolve DNS..". So after doing some reading I found people complaining about Roger's DNS and to use Googles settings (184.108.40.206 and 220.127.116.11). Now where exactly should I put the settings? On each device? On my airport? On my ethernet switch? All of the above?
Would appreciate any advice as this is a very annoying problem and happens at the most inopportune times!
Last time I ran it, Rogers was the fastest, so I didn't change it. I've generally not had any issues with Rogers, though have used OpenDNS in the past, mostly when Rogers' inane redirection of mistyped URLs to their own page of sponsored links got to me.
I'm running Namebench again now to see what comes up.
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