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DNS Server Errors

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Re: DNS Server Errors

Without actually being there Im at a loss as for what to do next. sorry
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I know this is a really basic question and someone probably already covered it with you.  In your network settings do you have it auto detecting you IP address or do you have a address entered?
New Poster

Re: DNS Server Errors

Yes fluco99 it needs to be set to auto
New Member

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I have had the router unplugged all morning, and It seems to be doing better!! I have only had two errors pop up for like a second, and then started loading fine. The error was something like SSL something It happened so quick and then started loading fine that I couldn't get a screen shot..
New Poster

Re: DNS Server Errors

Really sounds like a configuration issue with your belkin router. but Ive been wrong before Smiley Happy
New Member

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Fluco99  I do have It set to automatically detect IP address!! Thanks for the help...
New Member

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I'm beginning to think you are right! Do you think I should call belkin back and explain everything that's been going on? They told me It was configured right, but I have had It unplugged all morning and the computer is doing much better..
New Poster

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Sarah I think they will tell you the same thing if you were to call, I will look up the setup for that router and we can walk you through it if you like
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First thing that catches my eye is that it has builtin Norton website filter, I would start by disabling it, 
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you should be able to access you router by typing 192.160.2.1 into you browser and that should open you routers webpage, if it asks for a username and password it should be on the label on the router