DNS. Oh, DNS. I spent my day learning about DNS stub zones and conditional forwarders. DNS should be a relatively simple thing, really. I mean, I’m techie, I know it goes a bit nuts every so often. Generally though, it’s like a year round Santa steam train, it just plods along doing its business giving things out to people who request it. Sometimes it needs to refuel with a reboot but most DNS servers just kind of sit there and give their all.
Now, I’m not sure that it’s a problem with Talk Talk’s DNS. We have speculated it could be an issue.
However! I like to see that some of our intrepid readers have discovered static DNS settings for one and all!
I must have done something bad in a past life to be in this kind of broadband hell! I had a Netgear DG834 which overnight gave up completely on TalkTalk. After several hours on the phone to them and my dad who is a bit of a techie, I gave up with the DG834. At the weekend I bought a D-Link DSL-G624T hoping it would resolve all my problems, but now I cant even get past the set up! I think there’s a problem with the TalkTalk DNS. Anyone got any ideas of a way round?
Here’s are the settings!
Hi Dickie. I had a similar problem wherei could only access certain sites all of a sudden. I fixed it by setting my routers DNS servers manually (Primary 220.127.116.11, secondary 18.104.22.168) rather than letting it get them automatically.
Same from Terry
If any of you get this problem then try these DNS servers for your router:
More to try (even though they don’t seem to help with browsing speed issues)
22.214.171.124 & 126.96.36.199
I believe the moral of this story is dynamic DNS assignment isn’t always the best idea…
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