Virgin forward all DNS traffic to two IPs (194.168.4.100 and 194.168.8.100) which are most likely load balancers for a much larger number of localised DNS servers. My theory is that the DNS servers providing our area are FUBARD and it's causing DNS and other connection requests to take a lot longer than they should, causing timeouts and failed

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Solved: We are having strange issue with latest anyconnect client versions (4.3 and 4.2), please let me know if anyone is having similar issues and known fixes. Symptoms: User can't access web base applications and unable to resolve DNS. Further

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2020-7-16 · In the screen shot I have added one of the DNS servers from open DNS 208.67.220.220. They also provide a secondary server 208.67.222.222. The second address I have used is from Google who also provide a freely available public DNS service. They also provide two servers 8.8.8.8 and 8.8.4.4. You could also use the DNS server values provided by