Switching from a T1 to Fiber for our Pipeline

We are keeping our ISP but we are switching from a T1 to a Fiber line for our Pipeline. What DNS records to we have to change in order for the new IPs and shouldn't our ISP have/know this information? So far they don't seem to have/know a lot of information.
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Ben HartCommented:
Since you are keeping with the same Provider there should be no reason to change the DNS settings you are currently using.  And yes, your provider has all the info you would need.

However on the other hand, you do not have to use the DNS info they provide.. this is true with any ISP.  IMO you should run a few DNSBench and use teh DNS servers that are the best performing for your area.

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regsampAuthor Commented:
I understand they have our reverse and pointer records but they don't have our A Records or or other such ones. I can't even get from them what will be our WAN IP yet. I will start looking into DNSBench options. Thank you.
Ben HartCommented:
Oh ok so do you currently host your own A records?
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regsampAuthor Commented:
Our A records and MX records and such are hosted by Web.com.
Ben HartCommented:
Gotcha.. then yeah you should be totally fine with using any DNS server you want.
regsampAuthor Commented:
Okay, thank you.
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