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Message 9 of 10 (2,967 Views)   Reply Keith_Beddoe Distinguished Sage Posts: 33,460 Registered: ‎27-01-2010 0 Re: BT Home Hub V3 DNS problem Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe to If a machine is connected via Ethernet cable for a while and when the cable is disconnected an attempt is made to connect it via WIFI, it fails to connect. From here, click Network and Sharing Center, then Change adapter settings on the left side of the window that opens. Unfortunately for BT Broadband customers, this isn't possible on a BT Home Hub. Check This Out

BT also like to make life easier for the helpdesk, and stopping alterations to the home hub reduces the likelihood of problems. Windows will use broadcasts by default, same on 95 through to Windows 8.1 - this works for home networks as people don't have routers. This has started to happen since the latest Firmware update and I am now getting a little annoyed that it is adversly effecting my service. Frankly I am angry and shocked that this is not something I can do without paying for thier tech support.so Mr Incredible, I was wondering if you managed to resolve your

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It just affects the chromebook although when it starts to go funny then the pc etc often also get page load errors at the same time.ThanksPaul Message 10 of 11 (1,942 There were vunerabilities with the early home hubs which allowed scripts to change the DNS settings. Did you mean that the way I read it? I am using a BT Homehub 3 (type A) with software version: 4.7.5.1.83.8.94.1.37.

more stack exchange communities company blog Stack Exchange Inbox Reputation and Badges sign up log in tour help Tour Start here for a quick overview of the site Help Center Detailed HH3 does not seem to offer an option that allows one to choose the DNS address that is given out.I tried the experiment of manually assigning the two BT DNS addresses Message 4 of 8 (462 Views)   Reply 0031benjy Newbie Posts: 3 Registered: ‎25-02-2015 0 Re: BT HomeHub 3 DNS Servers are Appalling Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe to Bt Infinity Dns Servers Showing results for  Search instead for  Do you mean  BTCare Community Forums / Broadband Connections & Broadband extras from BT / Connected Device & Other Broadband Discussions / BT HomeHub 3

BT lock the DNS server settings in firmware to prevent programs from changing the settings, and directing people to rogue DNS servers. ... Once you've changed this setting, all of your devices will start to use the new DNS servers, so you won't be affected next time BT (or any other ISP) has server This has been explained on many other threads on this forum, and can be found by doing a forum search. https://community.bt.com/t5/Connected-Devices-Other/BT-can-you-fix-all-the-DNS-problems-you-are-causing/td-p/1643877 Our speeds are very low, despite being annoying we can handle this as being rural comes with sacrifice to luxuries such as acceptable internet speeds and the such.

See http://bt.custhelp.com/app/hub/c/346,6679 Message 9 of 11 (2,162 Views)   Reply paul379 Newbie Posts: 2 Registered: ‎13-08-2014 0 Re: Home Hub 3 Firmware update stops DNS queries and management web page is Bt Dns Server Outside Of Our Network iand(fountain of knowledge) Thu 10-Jul-14 19:35:46 Re: Avoiding Using BT's [censored] DNS Servers [re: mcompton69] [link to this post] Yes it does. Message 8 of 10 (5,207 Views)   Reply jeff93n Newbie Posts: 1 Registered: ‎01-07-2014 0 Re: BT Home Hub V3 DNS problem Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe to this Devices currently on the network may have to be rebooted or have their power cycled to pick up their new addresses.

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There are other free DNS servers you might want to use, instead. https://community.bt.com/t5/Connected-Devices-Other/Changing-default-DNS-Server/td-p/191215/page/3 Thank you, Joshua Message 1 of 3 (2,019 Views)   Reply Keith_Beddoe Distinguished Sage Posts: 33,460 Registered: ‎27-01-2010 0 Re: DNS problems - BT won't/can't help - please help me [Edited] Bt Dns Server Problems 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. Bt Dns Servers Message 6 of 11 (2,233 Views)   Reply devbias Contributor Posts: 31 Registered: ‎02-03-2013 0 Re: Home Hub 3 Firmware update stops DNS queries and management web page is very slow.

I kept getting a message saying that I had to use the BT DNS server (which I was as it was their flippin' homehub!) Message 8 of 8 (239 Views)   his comment is here Read more Tutorials Wireless routers View the discussion thread. If that fails Please try this suggestion by forum member gg30340 it will prove whether its the home hub 3 is at fault. This is done via MyBT. Bt Home Hub Change Dns

Both the DSM 4.X and 5.X versions have the same settings once you're in them. ian72(knowledge is power) Thu 10-Jul-14 13:01:27 Re: Avoiding Using BT's [censored] DNS Servers [re: BatBoy] [link to this post] BT turned off Phorm a long time back (due to backlash). To work out a safe IP address, you have to keep the first three numbers of range of addresses the same, such as 192.168.1, and then change the last number, so this contact form WINS is not needed as this is for broadcasts over routers. (ie a kludge!).

Then you will see the option to totally un-install them. Bt Dns Server Not Responding Has anybody else seen this problem? Every router manufacturer does things slightly differently, but our directions should make sense regardless of which router you're using.

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Then you will see the option to totally un-install them. Most home networks didn't have any DNS server access before the advent of t'internet. That is definitely a firmware bug! You Are Seeing This Page Because You Are Using A Bt Service Which Requires The Use Of Bt Dns Servers Cannot have my home network with addresses out of the 10.x.x.x range This is used by BT Wifi/FON 2.

For more info please see My BT App Message 5 of 7 (1,195 Views)   Reply w0nkyd0nky Beginner Posts: 5 Registered: ‎20-07-2016 0 Re: BT can you fix all the DNS When I ran the Namebench app - the BT servers always come up on top. Message 26 of 46 (35,174 Views)   Reply rmduk Newbie Posts: 2 Registered: ‎12-06-2012 0 Re: Changing default DNS Server Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe to this message's RSS navigate here Click IPv4 and select Use manual configuration, then enter a safe static IP address, as discovered at the start of this article.

Message 22 of 46 (35,453 Views)   Everyone's Tags: DNSeveryHomeHub OpenDNS Parental controls View All (5) Reply MrIncredible Aspiring Contributor Posts: 11 Registered: ‎18-05-2011 0 Re: Changing default DNS Server Options Mention DNS to 99.9% of BT customers and you will get a blank look, hence why no real desire to make it changeable. It is well worth the download. Change on Device (BT Customers) If you're a BT Broadband customer, don't have access to your router's configuration page or your router doesn't let you change the DNS servers, you can

BTBroadbandInfinity 2, sync'd at 80 down 20 up, BT Hume Hub 5, Cat6 wired home, Core 2 i5-3750K 3.4 GHz, Gigabyte GA-Z77X-D3H, 8 GB, 12 HDD=4.2TB Edited by mcompton69 (Thu 10-Jul-14 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. Unfortunately you can't. Enter a safe static IP address, as described at the start of this article.

We've used Wi-Fi, but if you use a cable click Ethernet instead. BT now have their own network based Parental Controls that work on all devices. I might try connecting to the modem directly first. Its now being looked into at a higher level than just the forum.Thank you NeilO for the link to get the ball rolling.Now I just wish I did not have a

These will tell you the range of addresses the router gives out, which will include a start address and an end address. Showing results for  Search instead for  Do you mean  BTCare Community Forums / Broadband Connections & Broadband extras from BT / Connected Device & Other Broadband Discussions / Home Hub 3 Then flush caches again and cycle the hub once more .... 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

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