If you have problems establishing an Internet connection, it can be helpful to delete the connection IPs of the visiting website via the command prompt!
To view or clean the DNS cache on the local computer via the command prompt, which stores the IP addresses of the websites recently visited by your computer, it also makes sense from a security perspective. The DNS connection entries can be cleaned up with a simple command!
1.) ... delete connection IPs of the visiting website under MS Windows!
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1. ►► Start the command prompt
2. Enter the command ipconfig / displaydns
This query is made automatically by your Internet browser and is automatically queried by the so-called DNS server. To ensure that you always get the correct IP address for the respective website or Internet presence. MS Windows OS saves the connection addresses so that you don't have to repeatedly query the DNS data from the servers!
|(Image-2) See the connection IPs of the visiting website via command prompt!|
FAQ 135: Updated on: 7 June 2022 07:15