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Talktalk DNS Servers

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damien12
Popular Poster
Was wondering if anyone could tell me what the TalkTalk DNS servers are?

Thanks.
hawklord
Super Duper Contributor
here you go,

primary DNS - 62.24.199.13
secondary DNS - 62.24.199.23

personally i use opendns servers
registered Linux user 476319
registered machine 408663

be alert

the world needs lerts
damien12
Popular Poster
Great thanks.

@Nigel - It wasn't automatically obtaining them :<

@hawklord I was using OpenDNS but I was fed up of being told that sites such as Terrariaonline.com are a phishing site - when they're not.. With no option to bypass I cba having to use my servers GUI to do so :/
Banned
Try Google DNS, very reliable and compliant in my experience. :)

8.8.8.8

8.8.4.4
hawklord
Super Duper Contributor
Originally Posted by damien12
......... I was using OpenDNS but I was fed up of being told that sites such as Terrariaonline.com are a phishing site - when they're not.. With no option to bypass I cba having to use my servers GUI to do so :/


hmmm, just tried it and didn't get any errors or "advice",
in fact never had any at all in all my time using opendns
registered Linux user 476319
registered machine 408663

be alert

the world needs lerts
Fred_Sheehan
Philosopher
If you just use the IP's in your router you get no 'advice' but if you actually registered on the site you will get them.
hawklord
Super Duper Contributor
i am registered
registered Linux user 476319
registered machine 408663

be alert

the world needs lerts
damien12
Popular Poster
Originally Posted by hawklord
hmmm, just tried it and didn't get any errors or "advice",
in fact never had any at all in all my time using opendns


They had actually fixed it just after I changed the DNS supposedly.

I didn't really want to register, as I'm lazy :)
hecatae
Philosopher
Originally Posted by redchiz
Try Google DNS, very reliable and compliant in my experience. :)

8.8.8.8

8.8.4.4


same here, switched from opendns due to latency issues
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