To elaborate: you need that DNS server. As you might know, when you type in a URL (like www.google.com) it's DNS servers that are responsible for resolving that name to the address of a specific system somewhere on the planet that has the content you're looking for.
There's a whole hierarchy of DNS servers working to shuffle you round the web. 18.104.22.168 is one of the ones that talks to 'you' directly.
It doesn't have to be there, but if it wasn't, you'd have to get real good at memorising IP addresses to get anything online
Is it always 22.214.171.124 that gets listed even if you set to use 126.96.36.199 only?
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