Dns Jumper Help page
- Dns Jumper v2.1 Main Features
- See Your Current DNS servers in Dns Jumper
- How to Change or Use Custom DNS Server Settings
- How to add a custom DNS server
- Get info about preferred and alternate DNS
- Backup or restore Dns settings
- Choose a Dns Group
- Find the fastest DNS
- Add or delete a DNS server
- Add or delete a DNS server Group
- Changing the Dns list order
- Starting DNS jumper on system startup
- Run the fastest Dns test at startup and apply it Automatically
- Dns Jumper’s Cmd parameters
- Add Your own Languge (create a translation)
- Version History
– Quickly and easily change your IPv4 and IPv6 DNS settings
– See your selected network card’s current DNS IP address.
– Easily backup and restore your current DNS settings.
– Check your DNS server response time.
– Automated checking of all listed DNS response times, finding the fastest available. You can then quickly apply it to your DNS settings.
– Add your own custom DNS server.
– CMD (command line) support
– Clear/Flush the DNS cache
– Add your own language (Use Options > Languages > Translate feature)
See Current DNS on Dns Jumper:
How to Change or Use Custom DNS Server Settings in Windows:
There are two ways to do this , Option 1: Use the the DNS Jumper main interface:
a. Under ‘choose a DNS Server’, select a server from the drop-down menu.
b. Click the ‘Apply DNS’ button
Option 2: Right-click the system tray icon and select one of the preferred servers
Easily add a custom DNS server by first ticking the ‘Custom DNS server’ box, and then type (or paste) in the IP address you wish to add. Do the same for the alternate IP address. Then click the ‘Apply DNS’ button.
Find Information About the Preferred and Alternate DNS
The “magnifying glass” button on the far right of the main window opens a menu that allows you to get information about your current DNS server, or to copy the IP numbers to the clipboard.
Backup or Restore DNS Settings
The first time you run DNS Jumper, it automatically backs up your current network card’s DNS settings. To back up the settings manually, click “Quick Configuration” (the ‘star’ button) and then select ‘Backup DNS’.
There are two ways to restore your settings back to your ISP’s defaults.
1. click the “Quick Configuration” button (the star) and click “Default DNS”
2. Under “Choose a DNS Server”, open the drop down menu and select “Restore” or “Default”, and then click the “Apply DNS” button
Note: For IPv6, tick the IPv6 checkbox
Choose a Dns Group
DNS Jumper features 3 pre-set lists of servers to choose from. Aside from the Default list, you might also wish to see a list of Family Safe servers. These can help protect your children from inappropriate websites (including pornographic). You can improve security by selecting the ‘Secure DNS List’.
1. Click the “DNS Group” icon (looks like two small folders) and select your desired server list
2. Click the ‘Choose a DNS Server’ drop down menu and select a DNS server from the list
3. Click the ‘Apply DNS’ button on the left