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How do I disable the DNS Proxy setting on my router?

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SInce you have a Cisco Router you will have to go to your web browser and type the following URL 192.168.1.1 or 192.168.0.1 and enter the username and password. The default user should be admin with a blank password on most Ciscos. Once in look for the settings and config menu and from there you can disable the DNS proxy. If you tell me which model you have I can give you more precise instructions.

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SOURCE: When I set up the DNS page the setup does complete

reset it

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SOURCE: How do I disable proxy settings on a Linksys router WRT54GSV7

There is a pinhole in the back of the router that lets you reset EVERYTHING. The router does not have proxy settings enabled by default. If you reset it, you have to change all the security settings and such back to what you had. Also you have to be connected to it with a hardware in order to change anything in the settings.

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