Change TCP/IP Domain (CHGTCPDMN)
The answer is DNS is mostly UDP Port 53, but as time progresses, DNS will rely on TCP Port 53 more heavily. DNS has always been designed to use both UDP and TCP port 53 from the start 1, with UDP being the default, and fall back to using TCP when it is unable to communicate on UDP, typically when the packet size is too large to push through in a single UDP packet. DNS Servers: What Are They and Why Are They Used? May 08, 2020 How to Fix DNS Server Not Responding Errors Jun 17, 2020 Get Started | Public DNS | Google Developers
DNS Servers: What Are They and Why Are They Used?
Setting up a computer to obtain an IP Address - Linksys Under the TCP/IP tab, look for Configure IPv4 and make sure that the Using DHCP is selected. NOTE: In this example, 192.168.1.131 is used as the IP Address that the computer is automatically getting from the DHCP server. TCP/IP basics - TechGenix
[Procedure] How to flush your DNS & reset your TCP/IP
You can configure monitors of type DNS_TCP to check the state of the services. For instructions on creating DNS_TCP virtual servers, services, and monitors, see “Load Balancing.” For updating the records proactively, the NetScaler uses a TCP connection to the server to retrieve the records.