In the box that opens, select 'use the following DNS server addresses' enter 18.104.22.168 and 22.214.171.124 Message 26 of 54 (2,383 Views) Reply RugbyAl Newbie Posts: 1 Registered: 04-09-2015 0 This issue is still under investigation and the latest updates will be made available via the link I have included. Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe to this message's RSS Feed Highlight this Message Print Email this Message to a Friend Report Inappropriate Content on 03-09-2015 6h38 Hi before u If you can view and use the Google site then your set-up is OK, and the fault is with the website you were originally trying to visit. this content
Make sure you're connected to your local Wi-Fi network, then press and hold on its network ID to bring up a text box. You'll then need to scroll down the page until you see two text boxes labelled DNS 1 and DNS 2. I might try connecting to the modem directly first. AS ALSO SUGGESTED HERE AS WELL AS MY THREAD I RESET MY DNS ON IPAD AND IPHONE TO 126.96.36.199 and the grey images issue has been resolved and I receive my
Sorry it didn't solve your problem. Finally, make sure your IP address is not being shared, as that may also cause an error. To subscribe, or for other enquiries, please call the relevant number listed here. Multiple hosts is not selected.
Feel free to tell us how to improve this answer. Based in South Leicestershire, so not far from Rugby!!Other issues have been* unable to get email through iPad (but I did upload the latest IOS during the first few days when That's no good for some devices, so to follow this article, you may need to configure some to use a static address, setting it manually. Bt Infinity Dns Servers Do you have any BT products such as BTDesktop Help, BTProtect, BTNetprotect or BT Parental Controls running/installed on your computer or had any installed prior to your Windows 10 upgrade?
Message 3 of 9 (7,724 Views) Reply Keith_Beddoe Distinguished Sage Posts: 33,460 Registered: 27-01-2010 0 Re: BT Home Hub 5 Dynamic DNS Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe to Bt Home Hub 5 Dns Settings First off, open the configuration page: this is typically done by typing http://192.168.0.1 or http://192.168.1.1 into your web browser, but if you aren't sure you can find out by typing "ipconfig" into a Windows command They suggested turning devices on/off, new HUB 3 sent (yes I know not a new HUB 5 either) and this was the same. I got 148000 results O_oBT have done a very helpful web page describing how to solve various aspects of DNS problems here ..http://bt.custhelp.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/47609/~/im-getting-a-message-saying-im-trying-to-conn...And the page you see is this onehttp://188.8.131.52/Preventing any
BT Community Forums Be part of the customer community. Bt Dns Server Outside Of Our Network Message 19 of 63 (2,450 Views) Reply Keith_Beddoe Distinguished Sage Posts: 33,460 Registered: 27-01-2010 0 Re: BT DNS Servers Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe to this message's RSS I have black Hub and all 3 blue lights are on. The last trouble shooting session the help desk took over my computer remotely and changed some settings on the HUB (not sure what, as she didn't say and was flicking around
Message 27 of 54 (2,341 Views) Reply herindoors Beginner Posts: 2 Registered: 05-09-2015 0 Re: BT Home Hub 5 - problems accessing some websites and cant update/download apps. [Edited] Options At a command prompt type ipconfig /flushdns Also, do you have the Trusteer Rapport software installed, as that intercepts DNS requests and directs them to their own trusted servers? Bt Dns Server Problems Search Help Search help Feel free to tell us how to improve this answer. Bt Dns Servers They say the DNS server issue is my problem.
This key can be found by logging into your account, and can then be entered into the BT Home Hub. I ran the BT assistant but it could not fix the problem.This problem has now been going on for 10 days. Reply Topic Options Subscribe to this Topic's RSS Feed Mark Topic as New Mark Topic as Read Float this Topic to the Top Bookmark Subscribe Printer Friendly Page « Message Listing How to use the navigation The help section uses a finder that has been divided into categories and sub-categories to help navigate through to the relevant answer. Bt Home Hub Dns Settings
Could really do with some advice. I'm having real problems with some of my IP cameras not updating their IP address at dyndns.com and this could be why!I'll have a look at adding the key instead of Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe to this message's RSS Feed Highlight this Message Print Email this Message to a Friend Report Inappropriate Content on 03-09-2015 11h01 Navigate to your have a peek at these guys Last night a brand new win8 laptop also had this dns server issue, over wifi.
Message 3 of 10 (3,634 Views) Reply techcareuk Beginner Posts: 5 Registered: 15-08-2013 0 Re: Home Hub not issuing IPv4 DNS server address Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe You Are Seeing This Page Because You Are Using A Bt Service Which Requires The Use Of Bt Dns Servers Click the Add button, then under Start IP address enter the same start address as used by your router (see the top of this article for more information), and the end It takes a little more time and effort, but by the end you'll be able to get online without worrying whether your broadband provider's DNS servers are up and running.
only other thing that has happened is he has requested opt out of CGNAT but i really cant see that would cause this effect?and I didnt make a note of the Am i right in assuming the problem is with the Hub as I have 2 laptops and 2 xboxs and they all connect to the hub but goes no further. iOS For Apple mobile devices you need to be connected to your home Wi-Fi network. Bt Home Hub 4 Change Dns Settings He also tried to Ping a web site but that would not work either.Any ideas?thanksCharlotte Message 3 of 12 (4,965 Views) Reply Geoff93 Recognised Expert Posts: 867 Registered: 04-02-2010 0
I discovered this when a remote IP camera connection tried to update its host address, and failed. Message 15 of 63 (2,510 Views) Reply gg30340 Distinguished Sage Posts: 21,117 Registered: 10-12-2012 0 Re: BT DNS Servers Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe to this message's RSS Message 2 of 10 (3,649 Views) Reply jimam Aspiring Contributor Posts: 12 Registered: 23-07-2013 0 Re: Home Hub not issuing IPv4 DNS server address Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe But with two Home Hubs?The fact that you know what you are doing rather supports my theory that you may have accidentally done something wrong.
Sorry it didn't solve your problem. This is handy, as it saves a lot of time and effort, making networking easy. Once you're back in the management console the instructions differ depending on the version of the Synology NAS you're running. If there is another number there, you can remove it by clicking the 'minus' sign at the bottom of the panel.
Please let other members know by clicking on ’Mark as Accepted Solution’Try a Search See if someone in the community had the same problem and how they got it resolved.Make sure Message 14 of 63 (2,515 Views) Reply gg30340 Distinguished Sage Posts: 21,117 Registered: 10-12-2012 0 Re: BT DNS Servers Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe to this message's RSS Select the second option (Modify network config) and tick the 'show advanced settings' checkbox in the new window that appears. or had to set-up a VPN ? +++###+++If you feel the problem is solved, please don't forget to come back and confrm the fix or post any other solution.
Its not Parental controls, or web address help. If you need a response, please Contact us. Try entering the address of a different website, such as www.google.co.uk. Entering my DynDNS verification key in the password field works for me.
Showing results for Search instead for Do you mean BTCare Community Forums / Broadband Connections & Broadband extras from BT / Connected Device & Other Broadband Discussions / BT can you I would be very grateful for any help. Please help Reply Topic Options Subscribe to this Topic's RSS Feed Mark Topic as New Mark Topic as Read Float this Topic to the Top Bookmark Subscribe Printer Friendly Page « I use OpenDNS without any problems at all, also some of my devices use Google public DNS, and they are fine.
So the Tyranny of the defaults idea of giving people free software which defaults to being enabled, and needs the DNS servers is all lined up to suck in as many I have been unable to find out why this is, as I think its something to do with the BT Broadband connection at the remote end, which is blocking or corrupting Message 8 of 9 (6,677 Views) Reply Zorslayer Newbie Posts: 1 Registered: 23-06-2015 0 Re: BT Home Hub 5 Dynamic DNS Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe to this