Just happened 5 minutes ago and I had to reboot my modem to get any web page other than Google. Discover Benefits Perks Myth buster FAQ Social YouTube Facebook Twitter Shop Phones iPhone Samsung Sony All Brands Plans Phone Plans SIM Plans Prepaid Plans Hot Offers Data Packs International rates International As this is a backup link for my network it would be a major hassle to set the Virgin DNS servers as forwarders for my DNS resolvers as only when my Also it seems slightly quicker to load pages to me. http://forumyaren.com/virgin-media/virgin-broadband-error-721.php
He ended the call by telling me that, that would sort out the problem, yes you guessed it, it didn't. Are you able to ping our DNS Primary DNS: 184.108.40.206 Secondary DNS: 220.127.116.11 What happens if you go back to using ours? It will probably be a lot slower, but atleast I will be connected, I'm at my wits end, Mark Answered! Before doing this I couldn't get to any web sites or email servers.I had been without a useable internet connection for over 24 hours until I did this. 0 Kudos Claire_T https://community.virginmedia.com/t5/Forum-Archive/DNS-Problems/td-p/1748352
But sometimes bad peering / routing and or administrative errors can result in such DNS servers failing to work correctly and hampering connectivity to online services. Question, how do I get the forum team involved with this problem?Thank you for your continuing help, BlueH Reply 0 Kudos « Previous 1 2 Next » All Forum Topics Previous I explained why a while back in a post on another OpenDNS thread. Might as well go for talk talk who do not thottle back, at least I would only be getting what I pay for (only 5Mbps but constant but much much cheaper)
Reply 0 Kudos BlueH Tuning in 13 0 0 Registered: 10-05-2016 Message 10 of 20 (396 Views) Flag for a moderator Re: DNS Internet Errors Post options Mark as New Bookmark Find More Posts by mikeinlondon 26-11-2007, 11:39 #16 tievolu Forum Member Join Date: May 2005 Location: Portsmouth Posts: 500 Quote: Originally Posted by Weigh-Man I don't get any adverts It also allows DNS filtering as an added bonus anniebrion View Public Profile Find More Posts by anniebrion 25-11-2007, 12:37 #5 slightlymuddy Forum Member Join Date: Nov 2007 Virgin Media Superhub Dns Settings Admittedly if u need to speak to Virgin their "support" reps are normally as much use as a chocolate teapot (had one tell me once that my TV and internet going
Click Manage network connections. 5. Virgin Media Dns Problems 2015 Utterly fed up with virgin media. Connecting a Windows 7 PC to a wireless network Using a PIN to add a WPS client to your router Ask the community Get helpful advice from the friendly community at http://help.virginmedia.com/system/viewArticle.jsp?uuid=56A776AA-8790-4972-B76B-818789F92836 The problem for LoL players appeared to start during early January 2015 and have now persisted for almost three long weeks.
Are you on the case?— Martin Corley (@martincorley) July 7, 2014One customer said he now habitually uses Google's DNS servers, rather than Virgin'[email protected] @virginmedia I use googles. ☺— Richard Parkin (@richard_parkin) Virgin Media Dns Server Isn't Responding Sign in Sign up Community home Help forum Digital life blog Getting started Community FAQ Check service status Skip to content Skip to navigation Virgin Media My Virgin Media Sign in The only port that we block is port 25 for outbound use due to SPAM reasons. 0 Kudos Reply All forum topics Previous Topic Next Topic Same issues for years they never have had reliable latency.
Showing results for Search instead for Did you mean: Join the Community Log in to the Community Support Forums General Phones Coverage Billing Broadband Tech Talk Phones iPhone Samsung All this contact form Setting up your Virgin Media router What is the Virgin Media Super Hub? Go to Answer 0 Kudos Accepted Solutions Dave_cq Rising star 687 40 227 Registered: 01-11-2010 Message 2 of 9 (3,850 Views) Flag for a moderator Helpful Answer confirmed by Coops316 28-08-2015 The way it works is that if you misspell a domain name you are directed to OpenDNS's search results, which contain adverts and sponsored links (just like Google's sponsored links). Virgin Media Dns Servers Down
UPDATE 22nd Jan 2015 We haven't had an official response from Virgin Media yet, but their support staff suggest that the problem is now resolved. Is it 52Mb/s over wired? Click the Start button. 2. http://forumyaren.com/virgin-media/virgin-error-619-broadband.php P G-B slightlymuddy View Public Profile Find More Posts by slightlymuddy 25-11-2007, 14:39 #10 mossy2103 Forum Member Join Date: Aug 2005 Posts: 68,327 Quote: Originally Posted by slightlymuddy
I'm guessing a Superhub 1I think the Forum Team could look to see if you are getting any upstream SNR problems. Virgin Media Dns Status Most Popular Spotify still leads streaming – but can it turn a profit?22 Sep 2016Apple Get that “new Mac” smell all the time with a scented candle4 Oct 2016Apple I ate In addition, clicking the Advanced… button will give you access to further DNS options.
In short, you're still going to see the same issue from your end which as Genzzry points out so eloquently is that our DNS servers aren't resolving. it's not how u treat your customers, get this sorted!!!!!!!!!!!! I can download to my hearts content, yet try and access a website and it can be hit and miss whether it works, or times out trying to resolve the name. Virgin Media Dns Server Status Go to Solution. 0 Kudos Reply 3 REPLIES Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe to RSS Feed Highlight Print Email to a Friend Report Inappropriate Content February 2014 Re: DNS
Post options Mark as New Bookmark this message Subscribe to this message Subscribe to this message's RSS feed Highlight this message Print this message Email this message to a friend Flag At least virgin's network is good (normally). 0 Kudos All Forum Topics Previous topic Next topic Digital life blog Categories Bits and bytes Digital for good How it all works Tips I can post an ETA if you'd like but frankly this date will keep getting pushed back due to the delays, so I'm not going to make you any promises. During the above process something went wrong and Virgin's 3rd party Content Delivery Network (CDN) provider, which has not been named, now seems to have blocked the ISP from being able
I surmise that one or other server is faulty, and that the automatic setting roots you to the faulty server by default Paul G-B slightlymuddy View Public Profile Find More Showing results for Search instead for Do you mean Post a question Virgin Media Community : Broadband : Networking and wireless : DNS Internet Errors Reply Topic options Subscribe to RSS However customers report higher than usual latency and some connectivity problems with certain servers. Don't know how I coped without it!
The Domain Name Servers (DNS) are a vital component of Internet connectivity and ISPs typically use them to covert IP addresses (e.g. 18.104.22.168 - IPv4) into human readable form / domain Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share by email griffin Superuser 6.95K 517 1.39K Registered: 17-10-2010 Message 15 of 20 (470 Views) Flag for a moderator Helpful Answer confirmed by BlueH Type in the following ip addresses for virgins dns servers: 22.214.171.124 126.96.36.199 this seems to sort the problem although we are not certain why. Thread Tools Search this Thread 24-11-2007, 15:49 #1 slightlymuddy Forum Member Join Date: Nov 2007 Posts: 9 Fix for DNS lookup problems WRT thread http://www.digitalspy.co.uk/forums/s...d.php?t=686191 We have what appears
I have been with virgin media for around 15 years and in all that time I have never had so much trouble with connecting to the internet as I have in The second time, I allowed the tech to access my computer remotely. p Your answers are all here http://www.opendns.com/privacy/ Specifically for cookies: Quote: Cookies A cookie is a string of information that a website stores on a visitor's computer, and that the visitor's Yes the wired computer is suffering DNS trouble, BlueH Reply 0 Kudos ravenstar68 Superuser 11.24K 532 3.34K Registered: 01-11-2009 Message 9 of 20 (426 Views) Flag for a moderator Re: DNS
Virgin Media Unhappy costumer April 10, 2015 at 2:04 am I paid 40£ for 120mbps but virgin media gave me 70mbps, lag spike and disconnectivity. Click the Start button. 2. If so, why? Actually in my experience, the OpenDNS servers are usually faster than VM's anyway.
Separately some believe that a similar issue may have caused last year's similar connectivity woes (here). If so thats fine. Go to Answer Reply 0 Kudos Accepted Solutions scouser73 Superfast 208 17 42 Registered: 08-04-2010 Message 2 of 20 (852 Views) Flag for a moderator Helpful Answer confirmed by BlueH 11-05-2016