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menu News In Depth Tutorials Newsletter Star Buys for 2016 You are here:Home Networks How to fix BT DNS issues using Google DNS How to fix BT DNS issues using Google DNS Tom Morgan @TomMorgan3 30 btopenzone dns Jun 2014 facebook twitter google+ email Comments Avoid downtime and speed up your browsing bt openzone dns settings using Google DNS servers Millions of people across the UK lose their internet access when BT's DNS servers go down, dns error wifi router which they often seem to do. DNS servers, otherwise known as Domain Name System servers, take easily remembered web addresses and translate them to the numerical IP addresses that computers understand, helping you get
Dns Error Wifi Callingaround the web easily. When the system goes down, your computer can no longer look up the address it's supposed to be connecting to, making it look as though the entire internet is down. Thankfully you can use the free Google DNS servers, which are much more stable than the ones used by many broadband suppliers. There are other free DNS servers you might want to use, instead. Read our wifi calling dns error er041 guide on how to find a better DNS server. To avoid unwanted DNS issues in the future, we've put together a complete guide on how to change your DNS servers, either through your home Wi-Fi router, on each device in the house, or through a NAS device. Using static IP addresses All wireless routers have built-in DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol) servers. When a new device connects to them, they automatically dish out IP addresses and DNS server information. This is handy, as it saves a lot of time and effort, making networking easy. However, using this method, devices only lease an address; when the lease is up, they may end up using a new, different address. That's no good for some devices, so to follow this article, you may need to configure some to use a static address, setting it manually. We'll explain how, but before you do anything else you need to find out how to find out a safe address by connecting to your router. Every router manufacturer does things slightly differently, but our directions should make sense regardless of which router you're using. First off, open the configuration page: this is typically done by typing http://192.168.0.1 or http://192.168.1.1 into your web browser, but
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helps you quickly narrow down your search results by suggesting possible matches as you type. Showing results for Search instead for Do you mean BTCare Community Forums / Broadband Connections & Broadband extras from BT / ADSL/Copper https://community.bt.com/t5/ADSL-Copper-Broadband-Speed/Home-Hub-2-has-DNS-issue-since-today/td-p/39810 Broadband Speed/Connection Issues / Home Hub 2 has DNS issue since today Reply Topic Options Subscribe to this Topic's RSS Feed Mark Topic as New Mark Topic as Read Float this http://downdetector.co.uk/problems/bt-british-telecom Topic to the Top Bookmark Subscribe Printer Friendly Page « Message Listing « Previous Topic Next Topic » « Previous 1 2 Next » HelenR Aspiring Contributor Posts: 8 Registered: 20-02-2010 dns error 0 Home Hub 2 has DNS issue since today Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe to this message's RSS Feed Highlight this Message Print Email this Message to a Friend Report Inappropriate Content on 19-08-2010 21h19 All of today, my BT Home Hub 2 has had connectivity problems. I first noticed that the Phone light was orange, where normally it dns error wifi is blue. (I have a Hub Phone). After restarting the Hub, the light remained orange. I couldn't connect to the internet or use the Hub Phone in Broadband Talk mode - but could use it as a normal 'landline' type phone. All other lights on the Hub were blue. Error message on any web page: "Web page could not be found", hinting at a DNS issue.The hub gave my computer an IP address, and I could connect to the Hub home page 192.168.1.254 , log in, and it said "Broadband connected". I disconnected and reconnected the broadband from there, still no difference. Throughput since last reboot was showing 0. Broadband Talk wouldn't allow me to reactivate the service, obviously, as there was no internet connection!Phoned BT Broadband helpline, they suggested restarting it, and then resetting it using the button 'sharp object required'. Wish I hadn't done that. It didn't help, I lost all my personal settings and it will be a pain to put them all back in again (the useless support guy didn't even suggest to use the 'Back up configuration settings'
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