DNS Servers Poll

thefunkygibbon

Active Member
Hi Guys/gals.

Apologies if this isnt the right place to post this but couldnt really see anywhere else for it to go.
This is going to be a rather odd request but i need this info for a little project i'm doing.

Could you possibly take the time in posting the following information.

ISP:
DNS Server IP's:


i'd REALLY appriciate it.

thanks in advance for taking your time to do so.
 

Setenza

Novice Member
Star Technologies are as follows:

195.216.16.129
195.216.16.65

I know those by heart, which is very sad ;)

Nildram:

213.208.106.212
213.208.106.213

Eidosnet:

195.40.1.36
193.131.248.36
 

DVD-Man

Well-known Member
Tiscali

80.225.254.178
80.225.254.186

HTH

Liam
 

Chris Muriel

Distinguished Member
thefunkygibbon said:
think that one must be a non-routable internal DNS server. thanks though.
BTOpenworld's business broadband DNS servers don't announce themselves as open.

213.123.27.211
213.123.27.212
213.123.21.243
213.123.21.244

I believe

Chris Muriel, Manchester
 

mjn

Distinguished Member
daniel_owen_uk said:
UK Online
10.0.0.3

I wouldn't use theirs if you paid me :)
Is that correct? Usually IP addresses under 10 are reserved for network equipment.
 

colinwheeler

Active Member
Demon
158.152.1.58 (ns-cache-1.demon.co.uk)
158.152.1.43 (ns-cache-2.demon.co.uk)

but you can find this information on any of the ISP's help pages. Get a list of ISPs off adslguide.org.uk and then go to each and just search for dns servers in the search section. Easy.
 

colinwheeler

Active Member
mjn said:
Is that correct? Usually IP addresses under 10 are reserved for network equipment.
No that is not the case. 10.x.x.x addresses are private address space. Most very large ISPs may give internal clients private address space DNS servers as well.

Private spaces are 10.x.x.x, 192.168.x.x and one or two other ones that I can't recall off the top of my head.
 

mjn

Distinguished Member
no i mean the last digit, in this case, it was 3.
 

colinwheeler

Active Member
mjn said:
no i mean the last digit, in this case, it was 3.
No, the only two addresses in each class that are reserved are 0 and 255. Some companies may set standard to say that but I don't think that it is an industry practice and there is no implimented reason it should be like that.

Remember that "network equipment" has a pretty broad definition now days.
 

Setenza

Novice Member
thefunkygibbon said:
bump in the hope for some others. :)

btw is that eidos as in the game publisher they got their own isp?
Yes indeed. Set up a dial up account about 5-6 years ago.
 

The Dude

Distinguished Member
Not my ISP, but I always use their DNS servers.


Uk2.net

83.170.69.2
83.170.64.2


What project's going down? are you one of those 'destroy the internet' DoS terrorists? :D
 

thefunkygibbon

Active Member
colinwheeler said:
No that is not the case. 10.x.x.x addresses are private address space. Most very large ISPs may give internal clients private address space DNS servers as well.

Private spaces are 10.x.x.x, 192.168.x.x and one or two other ones that I can't recall off the top of my head.

172.16.x.x is the other one.

some isp's give end users non-routable interrnal dns servers, this is the case when the actual ip address range they give to their customers are on thier internal network. odd setup but some isp's (usually small ones or wireless).
ie vodafone's gprs/3g network, you get a 10.x.x.x ip address when you connect to that.


thanks for the dns's so far.

the project... yes its a project to take down the infidels by connecting to every dns server on the planet and therefore stopping the interweb.

/
or it might be just that i'm compiling a database for my own use so i can mess around with learning php/mysql :)
 

colinwheeler

Active Member
:) 127.0.0.1 is a loopback address, not a private address. There are a number of special addresses in the IP address space that are used for special functions. But now I am just being bloody pedantic so I will shut up...lol.
 

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