Fix Internet Connectivity Issues on Any ISP
One of the most annoying things you can come across is an unstable internet connection. For instance, e
What causes the no connection issue on most ISPs?
This issue is usually as a result of a problem with your ISP’s DNS servers. What is DNS? The Domain Name System (DNS) is a hierarchical decentralized naming system for computers, services, or other resources connected to the Internet or a private network (Wikipedia).
Because DNS translates domain names to IP addresses, any issue with DNS means you might be unable to connect to all or certain websites. There might be other reasons that may lead to connectivity issues on your ISP. This article only addresses one fo the most common issue which is DNS.
How can you fix internet connectivity issues on any ISP?
Change the DNS addresses on your devices.
This is the simplest way to fix internet connectivity issues on any ISP. Depending on your device, the steps below might vary.
For Android Devices
Navigate to Settings
Go to WiFi
Tap and Hold the Connection > Modify Network
Advanced Options > IPv4 Settings
Leave all the other fields as they are and add 188.8.131.52 and DNS 1 and 184.108.40.206 as DNS 2. These are Google’s default DNS server IP’s.
On Linux PC’s
The procedure below works on Fedora 26.
Click on the Cog / Gear icon next to the connected WiFi network
Enter 220.127.116.11 in the first Server field and 18.104.22.168 in the second Server field > Save.
On Windows PC’s
Follow the steps here to change your DNS settings on Windows 10 PCs.
We hope, this will sort out your no connection issue on Zuku or any other ISP. It’s worth trying out to save yourself the stress of following up with their customer care representatives. Let me know if it works for you in the comments.