N/APosted on - 05/29/2012
I’m in need of the software that is able to change DNS settings as required. I have searched for it and have found the tool DNS Jumper 1.0.4. I’m not sure whether it can use alternate DNS automatically or I have to operate it manually. Does anyone have an idea?
there is two ways to change the DNS (Domain Name Server) sittings in the computer so you can :
1. Specify the DNS to be used:
This method tells your computer which DNS to use for all your internet browsing. most home users have this set to automatic and the DNS is provided by ISP,but you can use any DNS you like.
Before you start you will need to know the IP address of the DNS to use.
To set your DNS:
Go to my computer,Dial up Networking.
Right click your internet connection and select properties.
Click the server types tab .click TCP/IPsettings.
you will see a window this is the internet protocol window. select use the following DNS server addresses and enter the desired DNS server in the space provided.
2. Map IP addresses:
This method allows you to create settings for individual domain without alerting your main DNS preferences. this is useful if you don't have access to a DNS or if you wan to specify the location of the single domain without interfering with any of your other online activities.
open the file and in the end of the file enter the IP and domain you wish is found here then the specified IP address will be used. if the domain is found here then the IP address will be used. then the normal DNS will be used to.
I hope this advise can help you to solve your troubles.