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DNS entries are often the primary suspect on a slow network connection. From routers to individual machines, DNS entries are typically received via DHCP and, if you're mobile with your laptop, you never know if the DNS entries you will receive will be working, sort-of-working, or not working. To avoid this you can use OpenDNS. Jack Wallen shows you how install and configure OpenDNS.
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