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When a Domain is Blocked by Filtering Software

Can’t access your favorite websites because some stupid ISP or access point is using DNS-level filtering?

Set your DNS to use Google’s DNS:
8.8.8.8 and 8.8.4.4

Then flush the existing DNS cache and register the new DNS.

In Windows 7, you’ll need elevated privileges to changes to the DNS. Make sure you start cmd.exe as Administrator.

  1. Press the window Key
  2. Type “cmd”
  3. Right click the cmd.exe that’s found.
  4. Select “Run as administrator”
  5. Type ipconfig /flushdns
  6. Then type ipconfig /registerdns

Now you’re free to roam the internet.

 

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