Posted 3rd Oct 2014
If anyone would like to speed up their consoles loading time & connection speed(did both for me)
May or may not work the same for everyone & not sure what it's like on Sony consoles due to not having them.

See Reddit link >> reddit.com/r/x…by/

Xbox 360
From the main Xbox 360 menu select "Settings."
Select "System."
Select "Network settings."
Select "Wireless or Wired"
Select "Configure network."
Go to the "Basic settings" tab
Select "DNS Settings."
Select "Manual."
Set primary DNS as "8.8.8.8" and secondary DNS as "8.8.4.4".

Xbox One

From the Xbox One home screen, go to Settings > Network > Advanced settings > DNS settings > Manual. (If Settings doesn't appear on the home screen, select My Games & Apps, then Settings.)
From there, enter the Primary DNS as "8.8.8.8" and the Secondary DNS as "8.8.4.4"

PlayStation 3

From the PS3 Menu (aka XMB) choose: Settings -> Network Settings -> Internet Connection Settings -> Custom

Set up these settings so they match the following:

Connection Method: Choose Wireless or Wired ... however you connect

For Wireless:
WLAN Settings: Select Scan > Select your network
WLAN Security Setting: Select the security setting for your network
WEP/WPA Key: Enter your network password

For Wired:
Operation Mode (Auto-Detect or Manual Settings): Auto-Detect

Then:
IP Address Setting: Automatic
DHCP Host name: Do Not Set
DNS Settings: Manual
Primary DNS: 8.8.8.8
Secondary DNS: 8.8.4.4
MTU: Automatic
Proxy Server: Do Not Use
UPnP: Enable

Press X to save.

PlayStation 4

From the PS4 Menu (XMB), scroll right to Settings > Network > Set Up Internet Connection > Select either Wi-Fi or LAN cable (Wired)
Wi-Fi: Custom > Select Network > Enter Password (automatically saved if you are already using this network) > IP Address Settings (automatic) > DHCP Host Name (Do Not Use) > DNS Settings (Manual)
LAN (Wired): Custom > IP Address Settings (Automatic) > DHCP Host Name (Do Not Use) > DNS Settings (Manual)
From there, enter the Primary DNS as "8.8.8.8" and the Secondary DNS as "8.8.4.4"
Next > MTU Settings (Automatic) > Proxy Server (Do Not Use) > Test Internet Connection
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