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Frick, this SPDY protocol has nothing to do with OpenDNS.
I know that silly!

But on the topic of faster web surfing, I thought it would help a few people to have a good DNS. Which it has so far.

The tech in question is still a bit limited in scope anyhow.
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Much faster!
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Much faster!
Case in point.
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Tell me how
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I know that silly!

But on the topic of faster web surfing, I thought it would help a few people to have a good DNS. Which it has so far.

The tech in question is still a bit limited in scope anyhow.
Lol, you are making people change DNS servers for the incorrect reasons.

For all the people that do not know:

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However, to roll SPDY out to the entire world, all browser manufacturers would have to adopt it, and every server would have to support it, says Joshua Bixby, Strangeloop's president. This is a tall order, and so SPDY has "real implementation challenges," he says.
Every browser and every server has to support SPDY. Only Chrome supports SPDY at the moment. Plus every website you go to must implement SPDY.

Chances are you are seeing placebo or your prior DNS server was horrendously poor.
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Tell me how
You mean how to set your DNS?

Hollowtek summed it up pretty well.
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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: 208.67.222.222
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.
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Lol, you are making people change DNS servers for the incorrect reasons.
I would hope everybody read the article.
Edited by frickfrock999 - 6/13/11 at 2:12pm
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Note however that you need to be using Chrome to be able to use this SDPY...
Edited by HarbingerOfLive - 6/13/11 at 2:38pm
    
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You mean how to set your DNS?

Hollowtek summed it up pretty well.




I would hope everybody read the article.
Those adresses give me some 500 errors here and there.

the 8.8.8.8 | 8.8.4.4 works good though. Cant tell if its faster yet though
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Those adresses give me some 500 errors here and there.

the 8.8.8.8 | 8.8.4.4 works good though. Cant tell if its faster yet though
A good DNS can do wonders for browsing.
Try it out for a bit and see.
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