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Strange Router Problem

by ianol / May 6, 2010 9:30 PM PDT

Hi i have a belkin f5d83233-4 n router the problem is my internet is fine when not connected to the network but when i connect to it on my pc it disconnects from the internet saying dns server unavailable heres the weird part i restart the router and the internet is working again its just frustrating having to do this every 5 mins i have tried the settings and diabling the firewall to no effect.any ideas what this could be

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by ianol / May 6, 2010 9:34 PM PDT
In reply to: Strange Router Problem

also this might help when connecting to this network it takes longer than usual to renew the ip and on another pc i had to disable the belkin service for the wireless zero service because of this renew ip problem i had,it kept giving dhcp errors but its now fixed

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Not strange....
by Papa Echo / May 7, 2010 5:57 PM PDT
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At he WAN side of the modem-router, set to obtain IP addresses automatically, and put in the DNS addresses supplied by your IPS. Do the same at the network adaptor [local or wireless].

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by ianol / May 7, 2010 9:30 PM PDT
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thanx ive enabled the dhcp server is that the same as obtaining ip addresees automatically also i have applied the dns server addresses already so
ill try the option to get dns server automatically and see f this works

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