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I am having problem with my cable net my laptop giving error 720 and when i troubleshoot it says DNS error in connecting net

Help me i am not connecting to net

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Check TCP/IP filtering properties: Open TCP/IP properties of the
connection, Advanced button, Options tab, TCP/IP filtering properties.
If filtering is enabled, change all to permit all instead of permit
only. save the changes and then return to disable filtering.

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