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Windows 7: How do I determine source DNS?

24 Aug 2015   #1
golem

Windows 7 Ultimate 64
 
 
How do I determine source DNS?

I have a trading platform that provides its data feeds from multiple sources (at least 2). They don't like to provide the DNS info possibly for fear of malicious interest or even unintentional hammering. Unfortunately they are currently having data feed continuity issues making for unreliable activity, blaming it on the data supplier.

I'd like to know if there's a way for me to determine the source DNS's in effort to perform a simple PING/TRACERT and jitter test of each.
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