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on windows, you'd use something like ipconfig /all to see the dns server you're hitting.

What would u do on an iphone or mobile device?

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You can see the DNS assigned to the Wi-Fi in Settings → Wi-Fi, then tapping on the blue arrow next to the network you're connected to. I'm not sure if it's possible to do the same for the cellular connection however.

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ah that's useful. but yeah, it would be good to be able to do it for 3G too – steve Dec 2 '12 at 23:56

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