Just checked and I changed the DNS on 6th so I really would hope / expect that if that is going to have any effect but needs time to settle down for some bizarre reason that a week would seem reasonable, so I'm prepared to accept needing to clear cookies again today, but after that ... hmm, well after that I may not be prepared to accept it as bypass / fix but have little choice other than keep doing it!Perfect! There's nothing better than a counter-example to pop the mumbo jumbo.
Exactly what I would expect. The only somewhat unusual feature of your setup is that you are using mobile broadband. I doubt that continuing the experiment is going to change anything. Thanks for giving it a try.IP Address 192.168.8.170
Gateway Addr 192.168.8.1
Primary DNS 22.214.171.124
Secondary DNS 126.96.36.199
Ok as I have said lots of times there is nothing special about OpenDNS other than it works for me and I suspect Quad9 will perform in a similar manner. So at the moment it isn't clear whether the improvement is solely due to the retune or a combination of retune and change of DNS. Leave it exactly as it is for a few weeks but if it continues to work it might be an interesting experiment to change the DNS back to pointing at the router.I changed it to Quad9 for both primary and secondary DNS. (Not that I'm suggesting that made any difference. Quad9 was just my personal preference over OpenDNS.)
or even just the factory reset or any combination of the 3 (which I think makes 7 possible permutations?).it isn't clear whether the improvement is solely due to the retune or a combination of retune and change of DNS.