In 2009, Google launched its own public DNS Service as an experiment which is designed to boost the Internet speed. Today, Google announced that its Public DNS service no longer qualifies as an experiment as it has grown to become the largest pubic DNS service in the world. Also They States that, Google Public DNS handles 70 billion requests per day.
Google blog post states:
Google Public DNS has become particularly popular for our users internationally. Today, about 70 percent of its traffic comes from outside the U.S. We’ve maintained our strong presence in North America, South America and Europe, and beefed up our presence in Asia. We’ve also added entirely new access points to parts of the world where we previously didn’t have Google Public DNS servers, including Australia, India, Japan and Nigeria.
How to Access the Google Public DNS:
Few Days ago, we have posted about the Google Public DNS and OpenDNS in the article How to Boost the Internet Speed.
Google’s DNS server Address ipv4:
- 22.214.171.124 (primary)
- 126.96.36.199 (secondary)
Google’s DNS server Address ipv6:
In June, Google announced its own IPv6 addresses
- 2001:4860:4860::8888 (primary)
- 2001:4860:4860::8844 (secondary)