Speed Test

What is DNS?

Domain Name System (DNS) is a system or database that manages domain names and similar networks. Each ISP (Internet Service Provider) manages DNS from their servers and DNS are usually needed for surfing the web properly -though it’s not strictly necessary to use provider-specific DNS. This means that you can use other DNS for your internet connection; sometimes even improving the browsing speed since high-quality DNS are capable of quickly resolving new domain names.

The following DNS improve the internet speed of your ADSL connection: Speed DNS:

DNS Comcast
• 205.166.226.38
• 69.67.108.10
• 68.46.140.152
• 207.218.192.38
• 207.218.192.39
• 204.127.202.4
DNS Charter Communicactions
• 24.196.64.53
• 64.158.56.56
• 24.247.24.53
DNS BellSouth
GA:
• 205.152.37.23
• 205.152.144.23
FL:
• 205.152.144.23
• 205.152.132.23
AL/KY/NC/SC:
• 205.152.37.23
• 205.152.132.23
LA/MS/TN:
• 205.152.132.23
• 205.152.37.23
• 205.152.37.25
• 205.152.144.25
• 205.152.132.253
DNS SpeakEasy
• 66.93.87.2
• 216.231.41.2
• 216.254.95.2
• 64.81.45.2
• 64.81.111.2
• 64.81.127.2
• 64.81.79.2
• 64.81.159.2
• 66.92.64.2
• 66.92.224.2
• 66.92.159.2
• 64.81.79.2
• 64.81.159.2
• 64.81.127.2
• 64.81.45.2
• 216.27.175.2
• 66.92.159.2
• 66.93.87.2
DNS At&t
• Primary: 68.94.156.1
• Secondary: 68.94.157.1
DNS Sprintlink General DNS
• 204.117.214.10
• 199.2.252.10
• 204.97.212.10
DNS Qwest DSL
• 205.171.3.65
• 205.171.2.65
DNS Cisco
• 128.107.241.185
• 192.135.250.69
DNS Verizon
• 151.197.0.38
• 151.197.0.39
• 151.202.0.84
• 151.202.0.85
• 151.203.0.84
• 151.203.0.85
• 199.45.32.37
• 199.45.32.38
• 199.45.32.40
• 199.45.32.43
DNS ORSC Public Access DNS Nameservers
• 199.166.24.253
• 199.166.27.253
• 199.166.28.10
• 199.166.29.3
• 199.166.31.3
• 195.117.6.25
• 204.57.55.100
DNS Mediacom
• 12.207.232.47
• 12.207.232.124
DNS Time Warner Cable, RoadRunner, Brighthouse, & Earthlink
• 24.25.4.104
• 24.25.4.105
• 24.25.4.106
• 24.25.4.107
• 24.25.4.108
• 24.25.4.109
• 24.25.5.50
• 24.25.5.51
• 24.25.5.52
• 24.25.5.53
• 24.25.5.60
• 24.25.5.61
• 24.25.5.147
• 24.25.5.148
• 24.25.5.149
• 24.25.5.150
• 65.24.0.163
• 65.24.0.164
• 65.24.0.165
• 65.24.0.168
• 65.24.0.169
• 65.24.0.171
• 65.24.0.172
• 65.24.0.173
• 65.24.7.3
• 65.24.7.6
• 65.24.7.3
• 65.24.7.6
• 65.24.7.10
• 65.24.7.11
• 65.24.8.146
• 65.24.8.147
• 65.24.8.150
• 65.24.8.151
• 65.24.8.160
• 65.24.8.161
• 24.92.226.9

Getting accurate results in a broadband test can be tricky!

There’s more than meets the eye when performing an ADSL speed test. Whenever you measure your DSL or ADSL broadband speed, you have to take into consideration that packets travel through broad band.
The test must also take into consideration the technology used to deliver these packets and the variants that may fluctuate in your ADSL speed. To get results as accurate as possible, our internet test was developed with the most sophisticated speed test techniques by using servers spread throughout the world so that the speed test could be as consistent as possible when users surf the web.
When it comes to preparing our speed test, since the test design must be clear and user-friendly, we also need to consider the presentation and accuracy of the results provided.