Windows 10 Dns Server Does Not Answer

Windows 10


Windows 10

  1. geredonis wrote: 17/08/2015 at 18h43

Default windows 10 DNS server does not respond

  1. Good morning
  2. I upgraded to Windows 10 and everything was working fine.

    My computer can see the WIFI connection (connection activated) with my Freebox but I can’t access the Internet.

    Troubleshooting indicates that the DNS server is not responding.

    Special point but I don’t think there is a connection: before restarting my SQL Server 2008 my connection was working fine. After working under SQL Server, I wanted to go on the Internet and since then I have the connection problem.

    Thank you for your help


  3. JML19 wrote: 17/08/2015 at 20:34 hours


  1. Good evening
  2. I’m thinking of a problem with the driver of the network or wifi card.
  3. sevyc64 wrote: 17/08/2015 at 22:51 hours


  1. geredonis wrote: 18/08/2015 at 00:55am.


  1. An ipconfig gives :
  2. ethernet card :

    DNS suffix specific to the connection: nothing

    status disconnected

  3. wireless network card LAN connection 2 :

    Connection-specific DNS suffix nothing

    Disconnected status

  4. wi-fi wireless network card :

    Connection specific DNS suffix nothing

    Local binding ipv6 address: fe80::451e:19da:bf74:997e%4

    ipv4 address:

    Subnet mask :

    Default Gateway :

  5. Note that I connect to my freebox via wi-fi.
  6. Thank you for your help


  7. sevyc64 wrote: 18/08/2015 at 3:06pm


  1. Damn, we don’t see the dns servers config. We should try ipconfig /all
  2. Are you on fixed IP or DHCP?
  3. geredonis wrote: 18/08/2015 at 3:22pm.


  1. Hello,

    Thanks for your help.

    Here are the additional elements obtained by an ipconfig/all

  2. Wireless wi-fi network card:

    connection-specific DNS suffix: nothing

    DHCP enabled yes

    Automatic configuration enabled yes

    DHCP server:

    DNS server:

    netbios on Tcip: enabled

  3. my computer is well connected to my Freebox via a wi-fi connection, but I can’t go on the internet with either google or IE.
  4. Thank you for your help


  5. sevyc64 wrote: 18/08/2015 at 17h09


  1. The DNS server is not good, at least as far as I know.

    For Free, you should have the DNS server addresses and in your DNS server.

  2. Check on your card’s configuration, that it is also configured to get the dns automatically.
  3. geredonis wrote: 18/08/2015 at 6:39 pm


  1. Thank you for your response.

    I didn’t find in windows 10, how to change the DNS server addresses, nor how to check the map configuration to get the DNS automatically.

  2. Thank you for your help


  3. sevyc64 wrote: 18/08/2015 at 21:32 hours


  1. Well, I can’t get my W10 up.
  2. It should normally be right click on the Start Menu, Control Panel Network and Sharing Center.

    Then you click on the link connection corresponding to your card then Properties, you select the IPV4 protocol in the list, then you click on properties

  3. geredonis wrote: 18/08/2015 at 10:33pm.


  1. Thank you for your input. I managed to change the DNS addresses and it n’t change anything.

    On the other hand I went to see the firewall of my antivirus and I modified a parameter and there miracle all works again and I have access to Internet.

    Thank you so much for your help.

  2. tynie75 wrote: 10/26/2015 at 2:33pm

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  1. Hello, I would have liked to know what modification you have made in the firewall to make your internet connection work, because I have the same problem since I switched to windows 10.
  2. geredonis wrote: 10/26/2015 at 4:34pm.


  1. Hello,

    I can’t remember what I did but check your antivirus settings.

    There is something to reactivate after the installation of Windows 10.


  2. tynie75 wrote: 10/27/2015 at 10:26am


  1. Okay. Damage for me I tried to look but I didn’t understand anything it’s Chinese for me lol. Thanks anyway.
  2. falleron wrote: 11/12/2015 at 10:32 am.


  1. Also remember to look at the HOSTS file if you are not missing one or more carriage returns, as this can greatly disturb the dns resolution….

    Some utilities that are supposed to block spyware microsoft modifies this file but not always correctly!

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