>Google Done it again, now google announced a Google Public DNS on Google’s blog, will offer you an alternative way to connect to Web sites. With this move, anyone would be able to set up a browser to access Google’s public DNS server, rather than using an Internet Service Provider or corporate DNS server. Google says the goal of its own DNS is to help the tens of thousands of DNS resolvers improve their services, ultimately making the web faster for everyone.
But if your ISP already provides the service, why is there a need for a Google one and why should you use it? Google lists several reasons why it believes its service is superior to the ones provided by ISPs and even other open providers. The first one is speed, Google says that it has implemented a number of methods to make things faster and that, even though DNS lookups are just a small portion of the time a site needs to load, it can add up to a lot of wasted time.
If you’d like to use the new Google DNS then please use the settings below, Or read here how to use Google DNS Server Service
* Primary DNS – 220.127.116.11
* Secondary DNS – 18.104.22.168