Some users reported that their Telstra DNS Server issue occurred after they upgraded their router from an old Netgear one to a new ASUS one.
Other users reported that their Telstra DNS Server issues started after installing a new NBN modem.
If you are also troubled by a unique Telstra DNS server issue, here are some troubleshooting tips to help you resolve it.
- The Telstra DNS Server issues can slow down your connection and make it unstable.
- To fix this issue, some users have recommended changing DNS settings manually.
- The Telstra DNS Server issues can also appear because of DNS cache issues.
Use Command prompt
- Type cmd in Run’s search utility, and click on the relevant search result.
- Click Run as administrator to open an elevated Command prompt window.
- Now type ipconfig /flushdns and press Enter.
- Close the Command prompt and restart Windows.
- Remove and Re-register DNS Client
Press Windows Key + X, and select Command prompt (Admin).
- Type ipconfig /flushdns and press Enter.
- Close the Command prompt, and restart Windows.
Manually set DNS settings
- Open Settings and navigate to Network and Internet.
- Click on Wi-Fi.
- Click on Your network name or Wi-Fi.
- Click on Advanced options.
- In DNS settings, click on Manual.
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- Enter the following DNS IP addresses:
22.214.171.124 for IPv4 and
126.96.36.199 for IPv6
- Click on Save to save the changes.
Update the DNS client
- Open Run and type ncpa.cpl.
- Right-click on the Network Connections icon and select Properties from the context menu.
- Click the Advanced tab.
- Check the box next to Register this connection’s addresses in DNS.
- Click the OK button.
- Update the DNS client
- Open Run and type ipconfig /registerdns
- Open Run and type ipconfig /flushdns
Update the server
- Go to the Telstra website and check for any updates.
- If an update is available, update the server.
- Restart the router
Reboot the router and check for any improvements.
How do I import IPv4 DNS settings?
- Type cmd in the Search bar, right-click on the Command prompt icon, and select Run as Administrator.
- In the Command prompt, type the following lines and press Enter after each of them: ipconfig /flushdns ipconfig /registerdns