MONSTER HUNTER RISE How to Change DNS Connection

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If every other suggestion to improve your connectivity failed, try a DNS Change


Stuttering, freezes, connection issues.
And that all despite everything on your side seems to be in order.

  • You have a good download and upload rate.
  • You have a stable wireless connection at highest standards or use a cable to connect your PC with your ISP (Internet Service Provider) device or router.
  • You have a good PC which is not lacking any resources to run internet services at all.
  • You are running out of ideas what else you could possibly do but moving to a different place as it might be a regional ISP hardware thing.

Changing the DNS (Domain Name System) servers, those which are responsible to assign your connections to the worldwide servers, from the default ISP one to a different service might just do the trick.

Originally posted by Wikipedia:
The Domain Name System (DNS) is the hierarchical and decentralized naming system used to identify computers reachable through the Internet or other Internet Protocol (IP) networks. The resource records contained in the DNS associate domain names with other forms of information. These are most commonly used to map human-friendly domain names to the numerical IP addresses computers need to locate services and devices using the underlying network protocols, but have been extended over time to perform many other functions as well.


Why would it differ and how could it?

I am not 100% sure either, but I am 100% certain the internet where I live is sub-par. Often below third-world-standards, especially when you are living at the countryside. Within cities it is hardly different.
I assume it is because of a very bad local infrastructure that some DNS servers which are local and provided as default by your ISP can turn out bad, when the ISP decides not to upgrade the infrastructure properly but keep making new contracts with more and more users. I imagine it like a traffic jam where new cars are just coming into the pool but the lanes are never adjusted since like forever. The one who could change something about it (the ISP) will not do anything to save costs, the ones who could force a change are not understanding the importance of good internet.

So what do you do now?


How about trying a public DNS?


Google Public DNS IP addresses

The Google Public DNS IP addresses (IPv4) are as follows:


The Google Public DNS IPv6 addresses are as follows:

  • 2001:4860:4860::8888
  • 2001:4860:4860::8844

You can use either address as your primary or secondary DNS server.

Source: – [] 

Cloudflare Public DNS IP addresses

The Cloudflare Public DNS IP addresses (IPv4) are as follows:


The Cloudflare Public DNS IPv6 addresses are as follows:

  • 2606:4700:4700::1111
  • 2606:4700:4700::1001

You can use either address as your primary or secondary DNS server.

Source: – []  or – [] 

Links on How to Setup DNS

I am not going to even try giving you a tutorial on how you do it. It differs from setup to setup, whether you do the change via your OS, your router or whatever other device you are using. There are too many options and there is no way I could cover them all. And I do not have to as the providers have already good and easy to understand manuals how to do so.
Keep in mind, the change you are applying is going astray the standards you have been following so far. Therefore make sure you read properly, understand and take notes – especially since it can differ from setup to setup.
For me personally it is easy: the DNS server I have to use was setup by my ISP. My router does all the work by connecting me to the ISP and I do not have to do anything in regards of the default setup as it will always load the default automatically provided by the ISP, unless I manually change it. So I can revert it anytime without issues. With different hardware worldwide just keep in mind: it is an easy and safe to use change. But it can look different for everyone. So give it a try, with care.

Manual by Google – [] 

Manual by Cloudflare – [] 


Considering this tip has been helpful for Sony Playstation and other console users, it is definitely worth to give it a try for PC users as well.
As you hopefully understood from my explaination, the setup can differ depending on your hardware. For me it was as easy as setting it up with my router where all my devices are connected to. You can decide yourself whether you want it like that, use an app via PC or other means.
The DNS change is easily revertable and it is worth a try if everything else failed.
Good luck and as always ~

Happy Hunting!


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