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so im using google chrome, what do i have to do to enable spdy? use www.opendns.com?
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BREAKING NEWS: Transmitting less data transmits less data

OMG
It's a new discovery, that transmitting less data is faster than transmitting more data...

The only way we will have a "faster web" is to ban copper, and have an all fiber-optic network with a minimum of WiMax for wireless connections.
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Originally Posted by frickfrock99 View Post
Hm? It's just a good DNS.
I can't stand how it tries to serve up ads on 404 lookups. I'd rather get a browser error page.

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If you guys read the specifications all it does is truncate request headers and only transmits the user-agent once. AFAIK it has nothing to do with buffering video.
Indeed. Quite lulzy hearing people talking about their videos loading faster or slow on youtube. That has nothing to do with SPDY and everything to do with under/over loaded servers.

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If you guys read the specifications all it does is truncate request headers and only transmits the user-agent once. AFAIK it has nothing to do with buffering video.
Does a little more than that. It compresses the data too. Mostly, it allows you to receive multiple data streams through just one connection to the server. You don't have to constantly REQ ACK every single item one at a time. Pushing data to the client seems similar to pre-fetching techniques which not everyone uses. I like being able to send the page in order of operations as well rather than based off the line number the code falls into within the source.

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anyone answer me on what dns to use? is it just opendns?
DNS has nothing to do with this. Only Chrome works with this and/or sites that are paying a 3rd party to enable it for other browsers.
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Google to eventually include SPDY in its own optimization product, called mod_pagespeed

Edited by PoopaScoopa - 6/13/11 at 1:22pm
post #54 of 160
anyone answer me on what dns to use? is it just opendns?
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For those who are having problems, open up your COMMAND PROMPT in admin mode.

Type ipconfig/flushdns

-clear your browser cache completely. close the browser. Done.



Open Network and Sharing Center

Go to VIEW STATUS on your connection

Click Properties

Click on Internet Protocol Version 4 ---> go to Properties

Click "Use the following DNS server addresses:"

Type in
Primary: 208.68.222.222
Secondary: 208.67.220.220

This can also be done to your router as well. Open up your router stuff in a browser, go to the basic settings and change the DNS to what I have above.

AS SOON as you're done configuring this, do what I said to do above.

I believe that both of the DNS servers are 208.67.***.***

I notice a difference when I just made the transition! Thanks man!
    
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anyone answer me on what dns to use? is it just opendns?
Frickrock said that GoogleDNS will also work. I don't have a list on me however....
    
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Frickrock said that GoogleDNS will also work. I don't have a list on me however....
DNS Advantage is a good alternative as well.
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Originally Posted by HarbingerOfLive View Post
Frickrock said that GoogleDNS will also work. I don't have a list on me however....
8.8.8.8
8.8.4.4

DNS has nothing to do with SPDY though.
post #59 of 160
How do I enable this thing? never heard of it, but I want it

Using Firefox
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Frick, this SPDY protocol has nothing to do with OpenDNS or Google DNS.
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