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 Troubleshooting Internet Connection - DNS

Posted: 10/10/2007
Open up a command prompt by clicking Start --> Then Run.  Type in cmd and click Ok.
At the command prompt type nslookup

This example is a success.  After you receive the > prompt you may also type in a website to test. 

In this case we used www.Google.com as our example.  If you receive their IP addresses back, again this is a successful attempt.

This is an unsuccessful attempt.  Notice the DNS request timed out.

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 RE: Troubleshooting Internet Connection - DNS

Posted: 4/23/2008

Additional information to troubleshoot your internet connection.

 Post Id: 23

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