Apple has released a knowledgebase article (reprinted here) that covers details regarding DNS server handling in 10.6 and the 10.6.3 update.
There may be times when Internet access seems to crawl, even when you are connected through a broadband connection and do not have other people on your network using bandwidth.
Do you trust Google to take over one of the core jobs of your Internet service provider? We explain what Google's Public DNS service is and how it works
DNS servers resolve web address names to IP addresses that your computer can use, but problems with these servers may result in performance issues.
The Net giant, ever eager for a faster Internet, debuts its Google Public DNS service. With it, Google could become even more central to the Net.
Oops! Typo during maintenance update at Sweden's top-level domain registry shuts down Internet for an hour or so.
This week: How to keep track of everything with reminder and to-list apps. Also, we (try to) solve Synergy issues, explain DNS, and wake up your Mac from the Internet.
A new initiative called Norton Everywhere will aim at securing smartphones and other non-PC connected devices, as well as DNS-based Web filtering.
It's always nice to see open-source oriented companies using the software they so often crow about. Zenoss proves to be popular with Sourceforge users and the site itself.
Once you've identified your needs, it's time to take that next step: actually setting up your network. In this tutorial we'll start with a basic network: two laptops, connected by Ethernet cable to a single router.