Superloop DNS information
this article contains Information relating to Superloop DNS Servers and Recommendations.
DNS Server Information
It is recommended to use the Superloop DNS servers. You do not need to manually assign these addresses in your router, simply selecting ‘Get DNS Server Automatically’ (or similar) will automatically assign your router or modem router the above DNS servers.
- Primary: 188.8.131.52
- Secondary: 184.108.40.206
- Primary: 2401:380:1::61
- Secondary: 2401:380:1::62
It is not recommended to use non-Superloop DNS servers, as this may cause your web traffic to take unpredictable routes which may result in your connection ‘feeling’ slower as websites may take longer than usual to load.
Alternate DNS Servers
If you decide to use alternate DNS servers, support will be limited as Superloop staff will not be able to resolve issues caused by using third party DNS servers. It's also important to take note of any programs or apps you install on your devices that locally alter your DNS servers such as some home monitoring/protection programs that perform website filtering through their own DNS servers.
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