Question about Belkin (F6D3230-4) Router (F6D32304)
Find your DNS setting and add them into them into your router settings. First directly plug from your modem into your computer. Click on the connection icon and hit properties. Find your dns setting. It will be under DNS 4. Take that number and input into your router settings. Reconnect your router. To talk to your router go into internet explorer and it should be http//192.168.2.1 in the address bar, if this is not the correct code go to search in the start menu and type ipconfig and you can find the correct number in the dos window. When you get to your router page through internet explorer ( or whatever browser you use) up go to DNS settings in the menu on the left hand side. (It might require you to login using your router password). Uncheck the box that says obtain DNS automatically and input the DNS settings from your server's modem that you have from the first step into the space provided. Put it in twice if there is two spaces for it. Click apply and now you are finished. Peace out. This will resolve all dns problems and finally you can watch a full video or download a whole file:)
Posted on Jun 06, 2010
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