DNS Jumper, sometimes referred to as DNS Replacer, is an excellent tool which enables users to easily change DNS configurations automatically, thus greatly improving Internet browsing performance. The DNS Jumper utility is designed by Cisco for use with the Microsoft Outlook software program. By using this utility, users are able to quickly and easily modify DNS records with little or no training. This tool is able to accomplish this because it is able to make use of the Windows Network Interface Device Tree (NWID), which is present within Windows. With the help of this networking tool, you are able to create and associate several zones with one another in such a way so as to create zones which are specific to particular organizations. By making use of the Windows networking tools, one is also able to establish inter-domain connectivity or become a part of the global network by making use of the Windows DNS server.
When Windows receives requests for DNS records, it searches the Windows DNS servers in order to locate the corresponding DNS zone files and then downloads the information from them. In case you have made modifications to the Default DNS zone files or your organization's DNS server name, Windows searches the corresponding zones stored on the windows side and searches for relevant information. When Windows receives successful results, it then displays an error message, sometimes referred to as the "Microsoft Network Manager", and finally decides whether to download and install the files requested by the user. However, if the downloaded DNS files cannot be loaded, then Windows displays an error message, "Cannot Load DNS". If you wish to fix this problem, you need to use DNS Jumper to reset or restore the default DNS properties.
There are many other features which help you to use DNS Jumper effectively. You can start by creating your own custom zones from scratch by using the Create Zone function. You can also use this utility to create sub-categories, rename existing zones, modify the DNS server settings, and review the zones before saving them. You can even change the default DNS server with the relevant options button. To stop a server, you just click Stop DNS and restart the system.