I've been working on it for a couple days now and I can't figure it out, so this is more or less my last chance before I just sell the ps3 Right-click the icon for your network adapter (it may show as a wireless adapter), and then select Properties. 6. I have been in touch twice now about this problem. jojothekidMember Since: January 24, 2008Posts: 2108jojothekidFollowForum Posts: 2108Followed by: 0Reviews: 0 Stacks: 0Forum Karma: 0#6 Posted by jojothekid (2108 posts) - 8 years, 1 month agoI probably should call Sony, but Source
In addition, clicking the Advanced… button will give you access to further DNS options. Windows XP 1. But what occurs to me is that we pay our ISP to provide an internet connection, and we ought to be getting a proper DNS service from them, without having to It may make your service unuseable for my purposes.Russ 0 Kudos Reply Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe to RSS Feed Highlight Print Email to a Friend Report Inappropriate Content Selectthe network interface from the sidebar. internet
Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share by email Coops316 Tuning in 6 0 0 Registered: 01-07-2015 Message 3 of 9 (2,131 Views) Flag for a moderator Re: DNS server error This article might be of interest to the educated reader when wondering why the gov took such an about-turn on the merits (or lack of) filtering after their own consultation rejected 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. someone plugging things into your network and have ordered you to be quiet about it, Virgin? 3 0 8 Jul 2014 Anonymous Coward Duh Well, given the gubbermints record of failure
My devices connected to VirginMedia started playing up around 2130 last night, and were quickly fixed by tethering to my Vodafone 4G phone instead. Virgin Media Dns Server Not Responding The fix should take a matter of seconds but there are other factors playing havok." In the meantime some customers have been able to circumvent the problem by swapping the ISPs DNS http://www.opendns.com/how/free/how-...endns-be-free/ anniebrion View Public Profile Find More Posts by anniebrion 25-11-2007, 13:54 #7 slightlymuddy Forum Member Join Date: Nov 2007 Posts: 9 But... website here Couldn't do it.
You can format our DNS in the following ways: 18.104.22.168 22.214.171.124 185.037.037.037 185.037.037.185 Why are there not more server options? Tweets by @Unlocator Setup Gaming Consoles Media Players Operating Systems Virgin Media Superhub Dns Settings It will probably be a lot slower, but atleast I will be connected, I'm at my wits end, Mark Answered! It forces the IP address of the internal network - you can't change it'... Sent the POS back as not fit for purpose, and got a discount for the next year.
Email Your email address is never published Password Forgotten password ? http://forums.digitalspy.co.uk/showthread.php?t=699573 I thought we were supposed to be IT people on here? Virgin Media Dns Problems 2015 Windows 7 1. Virgin Media Dns Problems 2016 Your DNS requests are then redirected to Virgin DNS servers.
being a heap of junk - I wouldn't even know - it doesn't do anything but pass traffic, doesn't even try to *interpret* traffic, for me. this contact form Same issues for years they never have had reliable latency. Click the Start button. 2. http://blog.opendns.com/2014/05/29/no-more-ads/ 1 0 8 Jul 2014 hamiltoneuk VM have never been able to run a reliable ISP business. Virgin Media Dns Servers Down
Report finds UK gov could save £2bn by modernising IT MPs want Blighty to enforce domestic roaming to fix 'not spots' Cheap, lousy tablets are killing the whole market says IDC 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 Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share by email All Replies Dave_cq Rising star 687 40 227 Registered: 01-11-2010 Message 2 of 9 (3,851 Views) Flag for a moderator Helpful Answer have a peek here mossy2103 View Public Profile Find More Posts by mossy2103 25-11-2007, 17:21 #11 Paul555 Forum Member Join Date: Oct 2001 Location: Cheltenham, Gloucs Posts: 1,436 Quote: Originally Posted by mossy2103
Keep the ISP's kit upstream of your private network. 5 0 8 Jul 2014 Anonymous Coward I kow we're not a tech support forum but if you use their Superhub just Virgin Media Dns Status Pinged all 6 mentioned, with no returns yet everything on router appears okay? Are you on sky or virgin media internet?
The Voice UK Britain's Got Talent TV Shows: Cult, Sci-Fi & Fantasy Doctor Who Soaps The second time, I allowed the tech to access my computer remotely. Please contact Virgin Media and make them aware. Virgin Media Dns Server Status http://www.theregister.co.uk/2014/07/08/virgin_media_suffers_yet_another_dns_outage/ Once again try opting out of the Advanced Error Search “service” https://my.virginmedia.com/advancederrorsearch/settings How to Bypass DNS Hijacking More advanced users can redirect their DNS traffic to port 54
In fact, I sort of surprised it is only 2 as of my post going up. 2 1 8 Jul 2014 Marvin O'Gravel Balloon Face So put the Superhub in modem This topic is locked from further discussion. 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. http://forumyaren.com/virgin-media/virgin-hd-box-error-codes.php Which has never needed to be renumbered, or even needed a single setting set (DHCP for everything).
Ask the Digital Spy team TV Broadcasting TV Shows: UK Eurovision Song Contest TV Shows: US Reality Mike mikeinlondon View Public Profile Visit mikeinlondon's homepage! it's almost immposible to complain to the useless b$%£%ds. Others are :- OpenDNS 126.96.36.199 188.8.131.52 Google 184.108.40.206 220.127.116.11 12 4 8 Jul 2014 Lionel Baden I think the issue here, is more the fact that some of the routers Virgin
Utterly fed up with virgin media. However, Virgin has been having issues with their DNS servers lately so traffic is basically being redirected to DNS servers not working. I am still having to wait 2 -5 minutes for a web page to open, but more often than not I am informed that in order to go online I need And have you made sure you've tested with only one device connected?Ravenstar68 ________________________________________Only use Helpful answer if your problems been solved.
Vodafone Australia promises fixed-line broadband over NBN nbn™ says nobody needs gigabit internet, trumpets XG-Fast at 8Gbps anyway BT will HATE us for this one weird 5G trick 18 seconds that And so has always just worked. Don't know how I coped without it! We had a CMTS fault in your area refF003757609 where some customers were unable to obtain an IP address.
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 However if you are seeing the problem on wired as well, then it's not a wireless issue you are suffering.What Superhub version do you have? It forces the IP address of the internal network - you can't change it. As usual in these situations the 3rd party involved has a commercial relationship with Virgin Media and so for various legal / political reasons the ISP is being careful not to
Instead DNS request are sent to the Virgin DNS servers and Unlocator is bypassed. Setting up your Virgin Media router What is the Virgin Media Super Hub? Remember me on this computer? Lying bunch of no good incompetent w*****s 0 0 8 Jul 2014 JimmyPage "Super" hub ?
Like their TiVo service, you get a nobbled box. 2 1 9 Jul 2014 Return To Sender Re: "Super" hub ? 'When I first got one, I immediately went into the tievolu View Public Profile Find More Posts by tievolu 26-11-2007, 19:34 #17 Neil M Forum Member Join Date: Nov 2000 Location: Farnborough Posts: 417 Quote: Originally Posted by Paul555