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Google Public DNS has made many improvements in the areas of speed, security, and validity of results.
We've shared these improvements in our documentation, to contribute to an ongoing conversation within the web community. Google Public DNS is not an authoritative DNS hosting service.
When clients send queries to Google Public DNS, they are routed to the nearest location advertising the anycast address used ().
The specific locations advertising these anycast addresses change due to network conditions and traffic load, and include nearly all of the Core data centers and Edge Points of Presence (Po Ps) in the Google Edge Network.
Google Public DNS uses Name Server (NS) records published in the DNS root zone and zones of top-level domains to find the names and addresses of the DNS servers that are authoritative for any domain.
The browser should show this response as a DNS error.Google Public DNS is a free, global Domain Name System (DNS) resolution service, that you can use as an alternative to your current DNS provider.We believe that a faster and safer DNS infrastructure could significantly improve the web browsing experience.If you do want to use Google Public DNS, please open a rate limit request to discuss with us first.If you are below the QPS limits mentioned on that issue template, you can go ahead and start using Google Public DNS without contacting us.