The DNS server is the part of your computer that connects to your Internet service provider’s DNS server.
The DNS host is the name that your computer uses to connect to your DNS server, such as www.example.com.
When you visit the site, your computer connects to the DNS servers that are hosting your sites, so your computer can access the information in your home or business network.
The server is not the only part of the computer that is connected to the Internet.
You can also use the network settings in your computer to change your computer’s DNS address.
To find out if your DNS address is hosted on an Internet service, open the Network and Internet settings page of your Windows PC.
If you can’t find it, you can look up the name of the Internet service by typing: netstat -l .
This will display a list of all the network connections on your computer.
If there are no network connections, you’ll probably see a network name, such a 192.168.1.1, for example.
If your computer has a network interface card, you might be able to change the computer’s address to 188.8.131.52 (or 192.173.2, or 192.174.2).
To change the name, open your computer settings, click the Network tab, and then click Edit.
In the DNS settings window, you will see the DNS name of your Internet connection.
To change your DNS name, click OK.
You should now see the name change to 192