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Local DNS Cache for Faster Browsing August 2, 2006

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A DNS server resolves domain names into IP addresses. So when you request “google.com” for example, the DNS server finds out the address for the domain, and sends your request the right way.

You can run a DNS cache on your computer. This will speed up the process of looking up domain names when browsing. The difference is about 30-60 ms for me. Multiply that difference by the number of websites you visit a day for an approximate estimate of the speed improvement. Of course, all this would be worth it if it weren’t for the fact that setting this up is way too easy.

The following instructions are for someone with a cable (broadband) internet connection, where the computer gets it’s local IP address using DHCP from the router in your house/office:

The package we will be using for caching nameserver lookups is called dnsmasq. So first, install it using:
$sudo apt-get install dnsmasq
(If you can’t find then, then you probably haven’t added the Universe repository to your list of repositories.)

No uncomment the following line (that is edit the line to NOT have a “#” in the beginning) in the file /etc/dnsmasq.conf:
listen-address=127.0.0.1

Now edit /etc/dhcp3/dhclient.conf and make sure the section below exactly like this, especially the line that says “prepend domain-name-servers 127.0.0.1;”

#supersede domain-name "fugue.com home.vix.com";
prepend domain-name-servers 127.0.0.1;
request subnet-mask, broadcast-address, time-offset, routers,
domain-name, domain-name-servers, host-name,
netbios-name-servers, netbios-scope;

Explanation for the above change: In the normal case, when you get a new dhcp lease, the dhcp3 client (tool) on your computer gets a new lease, and updates the /etc/resolv.conf file on your computer with the right values for the DNS servers to use (usually some machine in the network of your hosting provider). Adding the “prepend” option as we did above ensures that “127.0.0.1” will appear on the top of the list of DNS servers. That magic number refers to your own computer. So in the future, whenever your computer needs to resolve a domain name, it will forward that request to dnsmasq (which is running at 127.0.0.1 – your computer). If the details for the domain name are already in you cache, well and good, dnsmasq will serve it up and make the process real fast. If it is not in the cache, then dnsmasq will look at the /etc/resolv.conf file and use the nameservers listed below the “127.0.0.1”. I hope that explains things.

Now open the file /etc/resolv.conf in your text editor. It probably looks like:

search yourisp.com
nameserver 217.54.170.023
nameserver 217.54.170.024
nameserver 217.54.170.026

The 127.0.0.1 is missing right now since you haven’t renewed your lease after you edited the /etc/dhcp3/dhclient.conf file. So, let us add that in manually this one time. After you do, your /etc/resolv.conf file will look like the following:

search yourisp.com
nameserver 127.0.0.1
nameserver 217.54.170.023
nameserver 217.54.170.024
nameserver 217.54.170.026

Don’t worry if the numbers are different – if they are not, then hey – we must be neighbours ;)

Okay. We are almost done here. All we have to do now is to restart dnsmasq so that the changes we made to the configuration file take effect. You can do that using the command:
$sudo /etc/init.d/dnsmasq restart.

Now you are running a local DNS cache. If you want to measure your speed improvement, type the command:
$dig google.com
You will see something like “;; Query time: 38 msec” there.
Now type the command again, and you should see something like:”;; Query time: 2 msec”

See, the first time, since google.com’s details were not in your cache (you are using it for the first time), the query took 38 ms. The second time, the cache speeds up the lookup. I have been using this for over a month now, and haven’t had a problem.

The following is ONLY for dsl customers
Note: If you have a dsl connection, the following may work:
Basically, the differences are in how the “conf” files are edited and used.
Copy the /etc/resolv.conf file to /etc/resolv.dnsmasq.conf
Then, edit the /etc/dnsmasq.conf file as follows:

# Change this line if you want dns to get its upstream servers from
# somewhere other that /etc/resolv.conf
resolv-file=/etc/resolv.dnsmasq.conf

You also have to uncomment the line that says listen-address=127.0.0.1
Now, edit /etc/resolv.conf to have ONLY the following line in it:
nameserver 127.0.0.1
Next, edit /etc/ppp/peers/dsl-provider and change the line:
usepeerdns to
#usepeerdns
(that is, comment out that line)
The ppp client does not allow you to prepend the 127.0.0.1 entry to your /etc/resolv.conf file. So what we did in the above was to create a copy of your previous resolv.conf for dnsmasq to use for lookups, update the file to use a local cache, and then prevent the ppp client from overwriting the resolv.conf file the next time. Now you can restart the dnsmasq service as I explained above, and start enjoying faster name resolution.
I don’t have a dsl connection, and so all the above is to the best of my knowledge.

To those of you still on dial-up – THANK YOU for visiting my blog! (I’m too ignorant to know how to change things to get dnsmasq to work on dial-up :) )

Comments»

1. Limulus - August 2, 2006

That’s neat that you’re getting a roughly 95% reduction in DNS lookup time… but that’s far too scary for the average user ;) Fortunately, I was able to replicate your success without the intimidating command line ;-) Based on your instructions:

– Install dnsmasq with Synaptic
– go System -> Administration -> Networking
– click the DNS tab
– press the Add button and type 127.0.0.1 and press enter
– click on a different entry so that 127.0.0.1 isn’t highlighted and then click and drag 127.0.0.1 to the top of the list
– press OK and you’re done! :-)

Test with the dig command as you demonstrated.

BTW, you might consider using opendns.com instead of your local ISP’s DNS.

2. Hubidubi - August 2, 2006

pdnsd provide similar features and it also provides permanent caching (it saves the cache to disk on shutdown)

3. Jesse Jarzynka - August 2, 2006

Limulus, that works perfect! Thanks!

4. ubuntonista - August 2, 2006

Limulus, Jesse,

The GUI method works great, except the change will vanish when the DHCP lease is renewed. So please do edit the /etc/dhcp3/dhclient.conf file as I mentioned above. Otherwise, the 127.0.0.1 will be gone with your next dhcp lease renewal.

5. skippy dot net » Got the bluez - August 3, 2006

[…] I use dnsmasq as a local DNS resolver (see here for an Ubuntu-specific guide to dnsmasq). If you're not using a local DNS cache, modify the ms-dns line above to define the IP address of your DNS server. […]

6. Limulus - August 3, 2006

ubuntonista: Oh well, I had hoped I could do it without the command line; thanks for the correction though, I’ve added it to my tips page :)

7. Limulus - August 3, 2006

crud; looks like the DHCP renewed and my opendns IP addresses got removed. On the plus side, 127.0.0.1 is still there on top :) Looks like I’ll have to just knuckle-down and use the command line ;)

Hmm… maybe I should file a bug on this.

8. Gostei : Blog Archive : Local DNS Cache for Faster Browsing - August 3, 2006

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9. Jabbalabba - August 3, 2006

Thanks from Italy, great tutorial Ubuntonista!!

10. Mike Procario - August 3, 2006

Just tried it. It worked fine. I had setup a caching dnsserver under fedora, but I forgot to look into it when I switched to ubuntu.

11. Ozgur Alaz - August 4, 2006

Nice tutorial
i dugg the story
If you are digg user, add your diggs to make it frontpage story

http://digg.com/linux_unix/Super_Fast_Internet_for_Ubuntu

12. Limulus - August 4, 2006

Ah, ok, I understand it now (just a little bit of a learning curve ;)

To get OpenDNS working, I just have to add its IP addresses to the prepend line in dhclient.conf and I can take a shortcut past the other steps if I restart networking; thus:

– install dnsmasq in Synaptic
– sudo gedit /etc/dhcp3/dhclient.conf
and change the prepend line to read:
prepend domain-name-servers 127.0.0.1, 208.67.222.222, 208.67.220.220;
– check Networking to see if the DNS server IP address changes applied correctly
– test a URL with dig twice to see if DNSmasq is working right; e.g.:
dig cnn.com

13. Limulus - August 4, 2006

Ack! I misses a step in there after changing the prepend line:

– sudo /etc/init.d/networking restart

14. Hieu Dang - August 5, 2006

Nice post. However, all of this for a few msec of speed improvement?? This is only for fun, no sensible person would ever do it just to speed things up a few msec. You remind me of those Gentoo fan-boys who said Gentoo “is so much faster”.

Graham - May 23, 2010

You probably don’t realise how often your web browser queries DNS. All those “few msec” add up to quite a lot over the course of a few web pages,

15. Dr K - August 5, 2006

Did exactly as Limulus said and it worked perfectly… nice work by all.

16. The Infinite Loop » Blog Archive » Lokální DNS cache za rychlejší surfování - August 5, 2006

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17. Good - August 5, 2006

This is extremely useful since my ISP’s DNS server sometimes screws up and I remain connected (e.g. to IRC) but webpages do not resolve correctly. That’s how you can tell you are having a DNS problem.

18. Christian 'Snyke' Decker - August 5, 2006

Thanks for the tip ubuntonista, although I’m not currently using Ubuntu I could get dnsmasq to work in about 3 minutes with your guide.
And yes I’m actually considering to switch to Ubuntu, the community is just great ^^

19. elton lus minetto » Blog Archive » Cache de DNS para navegao mais rpida - August 5, 2006

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20. portait - August 5, 2006

good to know, thanks

21. ss0007 - August 5, 2006

Thx for the tutorial , useful
I wonder y did u copy resol.conf to resolv.dnsmasq.conf !!
Wht if the nameservers are changed ? wont tht bring the connection to halt or that it may make dnsmasq useless with old dns servers id ????

22. Ezequiel - August 5, 2006

Hi, I think it’s working fine with my dsl conection. The only problem is you have a typo in your instructions:

It says you should edit one line to be
resolv-file=/etc/dnsmasq.resolv.conf

But the correct file is resolv.dnsmasq.conf
You should correct this if you don’t want people all over the world cursing you after screwing their connection :D

23. Udo - August 5, 2006

Hi,

thanks for the idea. I just installed dnsmasq and set up static IPs for Networking.

Works fine too.

24. Qwerty Maniac - August 5, 2006

Am a bit scared to try this out but does it work on ADSL connections too? Reply a Yes and i’ll try it out instantly :]

25. Wrong Planet » Blog Archive » Super Fast Internet for Ubuntu - August 5, 2006

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26. Jonas - August 5, 2006

I don’t know if it is the placebo effect, but unlike some other browser tweaks I tried before, surfing the web seems noticably faster now.. :D Thank you for posting an easy to follow guide.

27. Ed - August 5, 2006

If you’re using any modern browser, its already caching the dns replys.

In firefox go to about:config and then find network.dnsCacheExpiration and increase the value from whatever is in there to start with (30secs I think is standard).

Don’t forget that there is large downside to DNS Caching – it will take even longer for changes to get to you if someone changes the DNS settings on their domains.

28. typhoid - August 5, 2006

so… synaptic and apt-get both say that there is no such package as dnsmasq…
I know, i know how to find it but… perhaps the how-to should be updated to reflect this?

thanks!

29. stonyhill - August 5, 2006

This is a godsend for satellite users. A dns lookup takes about a second, due to the time delay from the thousands of miles that a request has to travel. Thank you!

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33. Bora G. - August 5, 2006

hey is there way for using this with windoze?

34. ubuntonista - August 5, 2006

ss0007, you copy the file since otherwise the changes will be lost when the dsl connection is “renewed” and no, upstream Nameservers hardly ever change. Each ISP should have their own Nameserver, and changing that is a rare event. In the event of such a change, you will find out soon, and doing a simple dhcp lease renewal after undoing the edits suggested here will tell you what the new IPs are. I asked a few more knowledgeable sysadmins, and thus I know :) I was wondering about the same thing. Ideally, it should be possible to have the dhcp client to write the NSes to the new file, instead of resolv.conf, but I haven’t figured out a way to do that just yet.

Thanks for all your comments, folks, I made a couple of quick edits above to the post.

35. Shane - August 5, 2006

would this affect my samba shares? i followed this guide and everything was good, but later i found i couldn’t access my network. may be something else..just wanted to see if maybe this caused my issue.

36. Keith - August 5, 2006

This is very good! I followed your instruction and managed to set it up on my Ubuntu server in a matter of a minute. I have heard of DNS cache, but never to realise that it can be so much useful. Thanks!

37. Max Kelley - August 5, 2006

If you use bind, you just have to change /etc/resolv.conf’s first NS to 127.0.0.1 (or the server’s ip). I’d leave a backup entry below 127.0.0.1, just incase bind goes down.

38. shilgia - August 5, 2006

Testing to see whether my post will turn up. Sorry to abuse your blog for this. Feel free to delete this comment.

39. eug2k - August 5, 2006

Wouldn’t this work if you just

– install dnsmasq

– add “nameserver 127.0.0.1″ (no quotes) to /etc/resolv.conf right above the first line that says nameserver

– make /etc/resolv.conf immutable:
$sudo chattr +i /etc/resolv.conf)

This way ever time you get a lease resolv.conf will not change and so your change will remain in effect.

Also what comes after “nameserver 127.0.0.1″ should optimally be:

nameserver 208.67.222.222
nameserver 208.67.220.220

(the opendns servers: safer, faster, and smarter)

40. transcendental - August 5, 2006

nice

41. Stoffe - August 5, 2006

This should be the default, anybode filed a bug/feature request?

42. SigT - August 5, 2006

Cómo montarse un servidor DNS-Cache con dnsmasq

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44. ciscosurfer - August 5, 2006

Bravo!!! Went from a 12ms query to (I’m not lying here) 0ms
My lookups are absolutely ridiculous! Excellent tutorial; excellent program.

45. gregster - August 6, 2006

is it true that dnsmasq does not support permanent caching?

46. chuza.org - August 6, 2006

Acelerando a navegación en Ubuntu…

Pequeno tutorial que indica os pasos a seguir para instalar un servidor de DNS na túa máquina Ubuntu e así acelerar a carga das páxinas no teu navegador….

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48. typhoid - August 6, 2006

hey there…

I just wanted to say, I’m a noob… I’m still getting the hang of the apt-get application, and… sad to say I still had universe repository commented out…

for all of you other noobs out there reading this..
1)edit : /etc/apt/sources.list

2)once inside,
uncomment these two lines:
deb http://ca.archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/ dapper universe
deb-src http://ca.archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/ dapper universe

3) run sudo apt-get update

4) now, run sudo apt-get install dnsmasq

5) continue to follow directions in original post

thanks for this! For some reason, my isp’s dns servers are really slow for me.. this speeds up all my communications which involve resolving of domain names…

49. polarizer - August 7, 2006

What about nscd?

It is a one-liner

apt-get install nscd

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51. -hwh - August 7, 2006

Hm, I still think that dnsmasq is overkill if only used on one station. DNS caching is a lot easier: just run “nscd”. (see “man nscd” and “man nscd.conf”)

52. apt-get install » links for 2006-08-04 - August 7, 2006

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53. GueRReRo - August 8, 2006

Could this be done by squid?.

Thanks in advance.

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56. kanenas.net - August 9, 2006

Nice tutorial !
But you must keep in mind that I would NOT recommended for a Server… and I will explain why.
Unfortunately, everyone that uses the server for HOSTING or DNS resolution will experience problems, even just for sending e-mails – if the Cached Components have been kept for a long time. So you must check the TTL(Time To Live) in that server !
Why am I telling you all this ?
Because recently I have changed the DNS Zones for a domain and all worked smooth (that was what I thought at the beginning…), but the DNS Server I used for my mail server had kept the old Cached Components. Why ? Because the server had a 2 months TTL !!!

57. Hot iPod News - August 9, 2006

Bora G :

A solid windoze equililant would be TREEWALK DNS which can be found at http://www.ntcannuck.com

local DNS serving/caching does make for a much more responsive browser overall …. and far fewer timeouts or 404 errors.

58. Hot iPod News - August 9, 2006

sorry … the proper URL for Treewalk DNS is

http://www.ntcanuck.com (only ONE n in canuck …)

59. LUX.ET.UMBRA - August 10, 2006

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61. Billy Bowinkel - August 14, 2006

Holy crap that’s fast!

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Here’s the lowdown.

Without the dns server, I hook up with the web …

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66. RAdams - August 28, 2006

This, in addition to disabling the ipv6 check, allowed me to use Linux in my workplace without the 5-10 second delays for domain name resolution. (ipv4 ftw!)

Thanks!

67. btdown - August 28, 2006

Whats the difference between bind9 and dnsmasq? I followed a separate tutorial for bind9 and I thought I was accomplishing the same thing…

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72. Muthu Veerappan - September 11, 2006

If a person is on proxy or firewall can he use this ?

I hope no ! But what other options are left with ?

73. Stefan da Silva Billieri - September 16, 2006

Thank you very much for this tip. It really works! My pages are loading faster now in my browser.
Actually I configured pdnsd, which is capable of saving the dns cache to disk.
I configured pdnsd with opendns.com servers:
208.67.222.222
208.67.220.220
I had to adapt my firewall rules so as to allow communication between local clients and local dns server.
Advantages in having a dns cache:
1)performance.
2)less network traffic; decreased load on remote dns servers.
3)less dependance on remote dns servers; you’d still get name resolution if they all went down :-)

74. Roshan Shariff - September 20, 2006

I don’t know if it’s worth commenting so late, but this entire guide can be replaced with one step:

$ sudo apt-get install dnsmasq resolvconf

This should “just work” with DHCP, PPPoE (DSL), and normal PPP over a modem line.

The resolvconf package acts as an intermediary between programs that provide nameserver information (dnsmasq, dhcpcd, ppp, etc.) and programs that use said information (the glibc resolver, among others.)

75. Greg - September 24, 2006

My ISPs DNS servers are awful (cox in kansas). When I do two consecutive digs the first lookup is between ~730 and [no joke] 2100 ms. With this they are 0-2 ms lookups. Thanks! No permanent caching though?

76. dw - September 27, 2006

apt-get install bind9 resolvconf – works just fine, and doesn’t need any configuration job :)

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80. MaxInfo - November 5, 2006

Yes.. i love your idea. Going to start the process.

Thanks.

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86. mohammad - November 29, 2006

yes yes yes yes yes

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89. Jonh - December 6, 2006

With all of this talk I still can’t set up a DIAL UP connection.
I’ve tried to follow everything written in various websites.The whole thing is frustrating as I really don’t want to use windows anymore.
You say do this do that without ever saying where to access each of those applications from.It’s really sad.I can’t even play videos or mp3.
Someone should please come up with a clear and executable explanation.

90. Siv Chand - December 7, 2006

Simple and very useful guide and thanks. I having facing problems with broken DNS Servers where ever I go.

No longer from now.

91. alejandro - December 11, 2006

m…
This was what I got when I followed this tutorial:

ale@ale-desktop:~$ sudo apt-get install dnsmasq
Password:
Reading package lists… Done
Building dependency tree
Reading state information… Done
E: Couldn’t find package dnsmasq
ale@ale-desktop:~$ sudo apt-get install dnsmasq
Reading package lists… Done
Building dependency tree
Reading state information… Done
E: Couldn’t find package dnsmasq
ale@ale-desktop:~$

92. BLOG@JayXie.COM » Blog Archive » Ubuntu下的DNS caching - December 13, 2006

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95. copperhead - January 30, 2007

this want work on windows 2000 it want let you type 127.0.0.1 in any one ,it dont matter if your and adim. or not still want let you.

96. HDL Friends and Feeds » Blog Archive » Running a Local DNS Cache - January 31, 2007

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97. Nick - February 4, 2007

Works very nicely and easily with kubuntu 6.06 Dapper.

98. poco_logico - February 7, 2007

Hi guys,

Is it possible this procedure in windows xp??

Please, send me instructions for newcomer

Thanks

99. No - February 7, 2007

Thanks for the tip – worked like a charm on Kubuntu 6.10

Query time dropped to 0ms on the second dig ;)

100. Tvler - February 11, 2007

A local DNS cache can help very well for a better browsing since you’re catching the DNS request instead of attempting that request multiple times. The Ubuntu blog has a fine tutorial .

101. Sam - February 13, 2007

Well this is much easier than setting up bind. FWIW, you can point all the computers on your home network to the dnsmasq server and use fixed ip addresses in your /etc/hosts file (unless your router has dnsmasq built in – then assign names with that).

Also for people talking about marginal speed boost, your full of crap. If you have a high latency wireless conection just watch your status bar in firefox next time you load a page. It says ”looking up domain.com” for quite a while and will do this on EVERY page load. It can be like 2-3 seconds if the hotspot is busy. Install dnsmasq and save that 2-3 seconds on every page load.

I just did it 10 minutes ago on my laptop because the public library hotspot I’m at was awefully slow. It really does shave seconds off page loads in these situations. Great for laptops!

102. Rand - February 14, 2007

When I try to start dnsmasq, I get the following error message:

dnsmasq: failed to create listening socket: Address already in use

Has anyone else seen this?

103. Paul - February 15, 2007

I think it’s great fun to use DNS cache like this, but most DNS server already do caching so if you don’t use local DNS caching and use dig google.com it’s about 38msec and if you do it again it’s about 8msec because your DNS server got it from his own cache so the difference between dnsmasq and non-dnsmask is about 6msec and that is only for domainswitch, if you brows pages in the same domain you don’t have to query the DNS so there is no profit. But like all things here, it’s great fun and we’re getting smarter and smarter….

104. zerogrounding - March 20, 2007

Great,, my internet access become faster because of this
Bravo for you and ubuntu

105. garrett - March 27, 2007

Fantastic tutorial! Worked perfectly in feisty 7.04 first try.

106. Yet Another Linux Blog » Blog Archive » nscd vs local caching DNS - April 12, 2007

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116. grindz - May 4, 2007

Thanx for the hint. It’s really helpful.

117. shirish - May 22, 2007

I have made a query on the same thing at http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=451123 . Lemme know if something can be done.

118. Local DNS Cache for Faster Browsing using dnsmasq | Sirius Stuff - June 26, 2007

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119. aQd - June 28, 2007

has anyone done this for EVDO connections (specifically Sprint)? If so, any improvement ?

thanks

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126. Argh Bananas - July 26, 2007

First, I prefer dnscache to dnsmasq. Second, speed gain is marginal no matter what others say above.

What? Yes, marginal. First, if you are using your ISP as your DNS then they have a cache and you save yourself root lookups everytime.

Second, to the guy who thinks it will save you “seconds” if you are on a wireless, that is junk. My wireless gets results in 11 msec. Not bad!

Nope, a slow wireless hot spot suffers from being slow. If they run a DNS cache then it doesn’t matter.

Finally, CACHES EXPIRE! If you lookup google.com you’ll discover a 15 minute expiry. After 15 minutes you have to lookup google again! If you run a recursive server expect 3 to 5 seconds to query root, authoritative and get an answer. If you query your ISP and they run a cache that is regenerated thanks to mondo traffic then you’ll get it in the time your network connection takes. Mine is about 60 msec.

If you have a router out front with a dnscache and resolver you can save 11 msec or so. If you get info from your ISP and they are a decent size, and you surf popular websites, then you can save 60 or so. If you have a recursive and you have to lookup results as they expire (most of us) then you save nothing.

And no, you don’t save 3-5 seconds on every page load BECAUSE you don’t lookup from the root and authoritative on every request! You lookup from the nearest cache – usually your router or your ISP.

Lot’s of misinformation out there. Learn to read output from “dig”.

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128. Speed Up Web Browsing by Caching DNS to Your Hard Drive in Ubuntu - July 28, 2007

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130. Craig - July 30, 2007

Great post. All up and running

For Info to get Cache working with dialup I cheat and put a script in /etc/ppp/on ip up

that overwrites /etc/resolv.conf with

search home
nameserver 127.0.0.1
nameserver x
nameserver y

and then sudo /etc/init.d/dnsmasq restart

Which works fine on dialup and leaves my WIFI alone.

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133. Rama - August 18, 2007

There’s another way as well and the cache is stored on the hard drive instead of only on RAM. I think this system and the one on this link (below) are both great solutions: http://ubuntulinuxhelp.com/speed-up-web-browsing-by-caching-dns-to-your-hard-drive-in-ubuntu/

134. Rick - August 23, 2007

does this work on dial up internet?

135. nevillion - September 1, 2007

Thanks, uwc

Perhaps, someone would like to explain this part of the blog,

Explanation for the above change: In the normal case, when you get a new dhcp lease, the dhcp3 client (tool) on your computer gets a new lease, and updates the /etc/resolv.conf file on your computer with the right values for the DNS servers to use (usually some machine in the network of your hosting provider). Adding the “prepend” option as we did above ensures that “127.0.0.1″ will appear on the top of the list of DNS servers. That magic number refers to your own computer. So in the future, whenever your computer needs to resolve a domain name, it will forward that request to dnsmasq (which is running at 127.0.0.1 – your computer). If the details for the domain name are already in you cache, well and good, dnsmasq will serve it up and make the process real fast. If it is not in the cache, then dnsmasq will look at the /etc/resolv.conf file and use the nameservers listed below the “127.0.0.1″. I hope that explains things.

Blessings to all.

136. Eduardo Muhamad Ali - September 5, 2007

HI, i have installed Unbutu in my PC, and now i want install some package like dansguardian,squid, dnsmasq, when i put apt-get install dnsmasq, the system give me this sms: E: couldent find package dnsmasq. So what can i do to solve this situation?

PLEASE HELP ME

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138. engel - October 14, 2007

Wow, this really improves my browsing speed. Thanks for the tip!

139. itchypaws - November 3, 2007

This is just fantastic – has massively improved my browsing speed and reliability of DNS lookup. My ISP’s DNS server is intermittent at best (grrrr) but they don’t officially support Linux connected computers so I have trouble raising an issue on this. I think their view is that Windows XP caches DNS by default so Linux should do the same. My Fedora 7 installation now does thanks to your article! Given that 80% plus of my surfing is to the same sites, this is helping enormously. So thank you again.

140. brian - November 4, 2007

http://www.opendns.com for the win! :)

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142. Chris - November 23, 2007

Thanks, took all of 3 minutes, dig returns results in 0ms lol

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145. g2g591 - December 4, 2007

works great on my setup (computer to ADSL router (no ppp for me thank you) to DSL line) excellent advice and idea, even though its been well over a year sience you posted it, it still works, even on Debian unstable.

146. Varadin - December 6, 2007

Great help… worked flawlessly.

147. plitzen - December 30, 2007

I have been installing ubuntu ALOT lately, 64 bit and 32 bit versions, wireless, wired, native drivers and ndiswrapper. I dont care what anybody says, ubuntu has some network issues, that other distros do not.

There is a lot of hoohaa in the forums about disabling IPV6 and using open DNS. While some people have luck with this its not really a fix.

DNS lookups to your router should work fine, the fact that they are slow on ubuntu shows that ubuntu is not caching like windows does. Your fix really does the trick.

Hopefully with the DNS issue mostly out of the way I will be able to track the true source of the other problems with erratic speeds.

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149. clheiny - January 17, 2008

I’m on satellite internet with ping times that are at least 500ms, often more. This tweak speeds up not only browsing, but a number of other activities. Thanks!

150. helpdeskdan - January 20, 2008

Why use dnsmasq when you can use pdnsd? Every time you reboot, you loose your cache with dnsmasq. With pdnsd, it’s still there.

http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=331850

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152. Maxime Rousseau - March 6, 2008

Great guide! Last time I tried setting up a DNS cache with BIND the whole thing uber failed, but with DNSMasq I didn’t even have to edit any config and I was ready to roll. I’m hoping to speed up things up a little bit considering my home houses 4 power-browsers. Install process on Fedora was just as easy, I didn’t even have to edit the DHCP3 file.

Keep this shizzle coming!

153. Bobbyv - March 26, 2008

I installed Versis Full Speed software from http://www.getfullspeed.com and it made my Internet speed go about 5 times faster than it did before.
All I did was click the ‘Apply Boost’ button and it did everything. No questions or knowledge was required at all.
It tweaks many settings in your pc to get the speed gains that it does. Most other Internet booster softwares just tweak the usual Internet settings in the registry that most people know by now.

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155. SI - April 26, 2008

Great tips!

Just applied all your suggestions to Ubuntu Hardy Heron. It is blazing!

156. lanskim - May 1, 2008

Does anybody knows where’s the cache being saved using dnsmasq?

157. dude - June 7, 2008

WARNING- this is very risky because of all the extra features dnsmasq has built in and most guides that speak of setting up dns services usually use chroot and other securities to restrict such daemons. There are also some security warnings listed for dnsmasq and other similar applications. Dnsmasq also does not save your cache when you power down. I am also concerned of its cache growing out of size there needs to be limits set. I had an ubuntu machine running it before and I think I got my system rooted through dnsmasq some random high up udp port would send out data everytime I booted probably a reverse shell of some sort. Please use caution and read up a bit more maybe ask on irc/forum for advise.

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159. BlueMatt - June 22, 2008

This works on a Mac as well as anything with UNIX. For me I just installed dnsmasq, changed my network settings to point to 127.0.0.1, and told dnsmasq to query a different file for upstream nameservers by putting “resolv-file=/etc/dnsmasq_resolv.conf” in dnsmasq’s config file. Then used the script in the Mac contrib folder of dnsmasq’s source to make it a startup program a it works great now.

160. digitalpbk - July 21, 2008

coool thanx

i also tried adding more number of ip address to dns server list other thn provided by the isp.

fixes some of the probs ..
cheers

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162. zeeol - August 2, 2008

ya, i set up always updated dns to get quick connection

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164. Lindsay Mathieson - August 10, 2008

Thank you very much for this – I’m on capped cable and my mythbuntu box was eating 30% of my cap on dns queries!

165. Slow Browsing Under Ubuntu | Shami's Blog - August 23, 2008

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167. helpdeskdan - October 10, 2008

In answer to lanskim’s question – no it does NOT have a persistent DNS cache. pdnsd does, which why I believe it to be superior.

http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?p=5943381

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172. Sam - January 5, 2009

I didn’t work for me. dig google.com took longer using this method – 80ms v. 70ms before.

Also the notes are wrong here…

“You also have to uncomment the line that says listen-address=127.0.0.1″

It is not just a question of uncommenting the line – you have to enter the 127.0.0.1 address too.

173. agas - February 16, 2009

thanks for the guide! it works without even restarted the computer ;)
very helpful =)

174. tabuxander - February 25, 2009

thanks,
now my internet working little faster than before

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176. W - March 30, 2009

I have very slow dns server at my provider and I know another one which works much faster, so your guide helps me a lot. Now I use the faster server and dnsmasq to make all resolving stuff work as quick as lightning.

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181. Venkat - July 18, 2009

Really it is breeze when i have to wait for each image with different host name to get resolve.

I was thinking it is bandwidth issue. after doing this understood that it is dns which is already available info needs to be used.

I dont want to say anything in % but google for the first time resolved for 1300 ms and now it is 3ms.

Thanks a lot.

182. Prefabrik - August 7, 2009

I believe the main reason why apple is locking its systems (both macosx and iphone) is software consistency and side effects.

The basic idea is that if you give away too much control over the core of your system, then you end-up with myriads of unsecure applications. If you need examples – see how windows looks like these days.

Instead, apple was always allowing only limited integration with its systems. Of course – you can still write some applications for mac, and communicate with the system core through provided API, but you don’t have possibility to really change the core itself. Thats why Apple used to be so much more stable than windows.

In case of iphone its the same case – they just don’t want every kid on the block to write sh*#ty apps, they want to have control over what people are writing and how secure it is – in order to be able to say: yes, its stable, we guarantee that.

There’s no evil in this, its just customer service. Just like when you go to the restaurant you want someone (chef) to have control over what all the cooks are cooking.

183. Baskar - September 22, 2009

thank you very much charthik, I am newbie to ubuntu. This help me awesome. once again thank-you.

184. gabarice - September 28, 2009

Thank for the guide.

I test it a few times with wvdial using Huawei E220. Unfortunately, it slow down so much that I have to uninstall it.

Will tried it when I switch using adsl or cable modem.

185. haber - November 11, 2009

its very nice and amazing project.

186. Nicolas - December 13, 2009

My browsing experience improved a lot thanks to your tip!

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190. harry - January 7, 2010

Thanks, now I can save more time while browsing.

191. Robert Bogdon - January 30, 2010

Thanks for this how-to. This cut the time it takes spamassassin to filter a message from 12+ seconds, to less than a second for about 50% of my messages and no more than 5-6 seconds for the rest.

192. Geoff - February 16, 2010

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207. Florian - October 1, 2010

Works like a charm. Thanks a ton.

208. Phil - October 4, 2010

I think it’s great that after 4 years this is still exactly what I was looking for, thanks!

I get 0ms on my second “dig google.com” :)

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