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You need to call your Internet Srvice provider (the company from where you get internet service, eg Vodaphone, Orange etc) and get right DNS settings for your broadband service. They provided you a customer service number, should be printed in one of the letters you received from them. They will guide you step by step in setting DNS on router. If you let me now your location and internet provider I can track the number
Posted on May 02, 2008
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