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According to the most recent information, BSNL established a website to assess download speeds called Internet Speed assess.

BSNL launches Speed Test portal to check download and upload speed.

To enable its users to evaluate the download speed (bandwidth) of their internet connection, BSNL has introduced a new speed test facility. You may check the download and download speed in real-time using the BSNL Speed Test Portal.

Customers of BSNL’s FTTH, Broadband, and Mobile services may easily utilize the new BSNL Speed Test portal. The BSNL Speed Test site may be accessed from any device at http://speedtest.bsnl.co.in/. Customers of BSNL can choose from a variety of broadband internet access technologies, such as ADSL, VDSL, FTTH, 2G, 3G, 4G, Wi-Fi, WiMAX, etc.

The BSNL internet speed test page will display your connection speed regardless of the type of connection you are using. With the use of this BSNL speed test page, you may not only check your mobile data or broadband speed, but also the internet service speed of other providers. Use the BSNL speed test to verify your speed regardless of the ISP you use and make sure you are aware of the precise speed information.

What are the causes of slow internet speed?

The speed of the internet connection depends on many factors which are – Modem/Router, DNS Server, Wi-Fi Coverage, Wi-Fi Interference, Wi-Fi Router, Network adapters, Modem settings, computer settings etc.

Any Cast DNS Server by BSNL

Recently, BSNL introduced Any Cast domain name system for its Broadband and Fiber to the Home (FTTH / Bharat Fiber) customers.

BSNL AnyCast DNS address is 61.1.1.1

With the direct caching and peering services provided by this new DNS, popular websites like YouTube, Facebook, Google, and others may load more quickly. Additionally, BSNL has introduced alternative DNS at 61.0.1.1, 61.0.3.3, and 61.0.2.2. Customers who utilize BSNL broadband and FTTH will be able to visit these websites significantly faster because to its direct caching and peering capabilities.

What is DNS and AnyCast DNS?

For browsers to load the desired website, traditional DNS will translate the domain name to the associated IP address. Because we use names for websites like Google.com, which the browser expects to have an IP address, DNS is responsible for converting these names into IP addresses. Every node on a network has a unique IP address, and this is traditionally done on a 1:1 basis via a communication method called Unicast. Access to extremely popular websites, like Google or Facebook, may be slowed down as a result.

Advantages of Any Cast DNS

Any Cast disperses data over a network using various methods. Your request will be directed to the information that is closest to you rather than forcing you to connect to a specific server, decreasing the latency—the length of time it takes for the data to travel from the server to your computer. Any Cast DNS enables communication between the client or user and any one of a number of DNS servers. The time required to acquire an IP address decreases since the query may be sent to numerous DNS servers, and any one of them, often the nearest one, can answer. As a result, the IP address translation process for opening websites happens more quickly.

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Written by Shallu Srivastav

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