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Looks like an unusual one this... Firstly I sincerely doubt that DNS is involved, though if you are using 8.8.8.8 et al for your DNS then DNS will fail because you can't reach those servers. Firstly it can't be your LAN configuration because you can ping your local gateway, so traffic to and from it works. The biggest hint is the double listing of your ...


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Refer the below link: http://www.sudo-juice.com/how-to-set-a-static-ip-in-ubuntu-the-proper-way/ To setting up a static IP in Ubuntu the proper way is: Disable the graphical management of your network connection in /etc/NetworkManager/NetworkManager.conf Gather the information for the static IP (interface, IP to be used, default gateway, subnet, DNS) ...


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I believe namebench does what you need. It is available in the repositories: sudo apt-get install namebench Read more: https://code.google.com/p/namebench/


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It appears you have a Linux system. But regardless if it's Windows, Ubuntu, or some other OS - here's the "workaround" until Comcast can get things to work. Do NOT get your DNS servers dynamically from Comcast (which they'll give you 75.75.75.75 and 75.75.76.76) -- Rather, statically configure your DNS servers and use the two Google public DNS ...


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I am changing my Unbuntu server from dhcp to static ip address. That's OK if you know what you're doing and if the network you're in doesn't interfere (for example if you chose a static IP that's already taken). Please post and append it to your question the output of sudo ifconfig eth0 the output of cat /etc/resolv.conf the output of dìg ...


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Using a dns server with a loopback address (e.g. 127.0.0.1) causes problems: All other dns server with a lower priority are ignored by resolvconf. The priority of dns servers is defined by the network interfaces with which the dns-server is defined. See /etc/resolvconf/interface-order and man 5 interface-order. Luckily there is an environment ...



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