Microwave Biscuit

Setting up OpenDNS On Ubuntu

Posted in Linux, ubuntu by microwavebiscuit on March 14, 2007

Via: How To Setup OpenDNS On Ubuntu : Ubuntu Tutorials : Breezy – Dapper – Edgy – Feisty

I just switched my DNS to OpenDNS based on the tutorial and the instructions on the OpenDNS site which has Ubuntu specific instructions. There are a few good reasons to do this, first being it’s safer. In theory it’s faster too but it’s too soon to tell.

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  1. Christer Edwards said, on March 17, 2007 at 9:17 am

    It seems a good deal faster to me, but if your ISP already had a really reliable DNS you might not notice much more of a difference.

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