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Internet connection my nsa220 has only access by local network, i try set for internet access by my domain name, it work only inside local network, when i try disconnect `wan cable, it no work. please help. vlad

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Have you configured your router so that it points your public domain name ? That is, your public/global IP requests should be redirected to your NAS server on your local network.

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We are offering a voluntary workaround for users who are unable to access the game through Frontier's DNS servers. A suggested way to solve this issue is to use OpenDNS servers. This solution was reported to have worked for a user with this issue. Please note: We are merely suggesting this suggestion, as it has been passed to us, but do not take responsibility for failure of this solution. We would also recommend this only for users who consider themselves to be knowledgeable about computer networking.

We are also investigating further and hope to have a more simple solution in the future.



How to change Windows 7/Vista to use OpenDNS servers:

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pic2.jpg 3. Click on Change adapter settings on the left hand panel.

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8. Check the validate settings upon exit (Optional) check box, click OK, and then Close to finish. (See screenshot above)

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