Har skrevet det på engelsk, håber det går....
Im IT helper on a small school.
The school keeps getting problems with DNS server. Also in chrome known as "error 105".
Im making a static DNS-server address when this accour. .. . Googles 184.108.40.206 I do this on all the computers where it happens.
Now im trying to actually solve the problem, but it seems rather hard. No real solution.
I seen someone do this:
This is a DNS issue
Access your routers admin page
change the DNS servers to the following OpenDNS IP Address – Primary - 220.127.116.11 Secondary - 18.104.22.168
But for me that aint a solution...... I then read more about Open DNS, and Googles public DNS, and figured out that it seems to be a fine solution..... Because my DNS server on this school kinda SUCKS, and there is absolutely nothing wrong or bad or stupid about using a static Open DNS server?
I still havent had any problems with Googles public DNS, and each time the school goes "offline" due to this Error 105, i can always recover. I even tested the 22.214.171.124 DNS server over 1 month on my own PC (connected to school network) and havent had any problems.
I kinda just seek a acceptance of making a whole school use Google public 126.96.36.199 DNS server as standard.
I read that Googles DNS server are hosted in many main data centers worldwide. I know that the ping will ofc. be a bit more bad, but whatever the system seems to run more than fast enough. (no complains yet).
So guys, anyone knows something i dont, or am i free to use Google DNS server for now and forever?
Best regards Mikethk