DNS Question Again
It's been a while and I only have a quick question. I have learned a lot even though I have no solution. Fing keeps giving me notices that I am connected to the net but DNS @ is not. One jerky guy at the Bitdefender site told me well of course you have one internet connection and one DNS. My problem was that nothing I sent them in their forms like this ever got there but if I sent it from Gmail it did, This was so nice to find out. I should have googled the problems a long time ago. Now my question is could Fing itself be causing this? I have a Laptop without Fing and it of course does not give me the warning even if it's there because Fing isn't. Would appreciate
any ideas. The text below is from Google:
At a minimum, you'll need two DNS servers for each Internet domain you have. You can have more than two for a domain but usually, three is tops unless you have multiple server farms where you would want to distribute the DNS lookup load. It's a good idea to have at least one of your DNS servers at a separate location. Jul 28, 2003
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