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My dbox, says default gateway;is unreachable {host or protocol error} DNS server 92.168.150.1 is ureachable I get normal channels,but no cable,I may have made it worse by messing about with it trying in the network settings,cheers micky

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Is your receiver directly connected to your router via ethernet cable or are you trying to connect wirelessly? If wirelessly its probably your security settings at fault.

if via wire, it looks like you typo'd the gateway. an internal IP address will usually start with "192" not "92".

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