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It might be stored in your router, not in Windows. For example, my only DNS address in Windows is 192.168.1.1, which is consistent with my Routertech router. And in my router I have defined specific DNS servers, to which my router connects when translating DNS requests. In Windows it's better to have defined a DNS server in your local network, you shouldn't connect to "outside" DNS in Windows. Well, it's certainly possible, but in the practice it's hardly ever done.belainex wrote:Is there anyway i can find the secondary dns number?