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# 151991 12-Sep-2014 13:34
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A friend asked me to assist them with setting up Unblock-US.com to work with their stuff.  The easiest way is to just alter the DNS settings on the router, or that the router gives to the client devices via DHCP.

However the complication comes in that they have one of the Vodafone station routers http://www.vodafone.co.nz/station/ that have all the settings locked down.  At the moment I've got a couple of individual devices configured in their network but it would be good to get everything auto-configured.   The older Vodafone routers used to let you into a full interface with a less known username/password is there something similar with the VF Station, or is there another way to set those settings?
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  # 1127211 12-Sep-2014 13:44
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Try this




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  # 1127216 12-Sep-2014 13:51
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xpd: Try this
Nah, that's instructions for the router that VF was giving out free before they switched to the new "station"




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  # 1127225 12-Sep-2014 13:55
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Call up and they need to push the DNS settings down to them.
If the CSR doesnt know what you mean ask for Tier 2 to speak with you.

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  # 1127227 12-Sep-2014 13:58
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TimA: Call up and they need to push the DNS settings down to them.
If the CSR doesnt know what you mean ask for Tier 2 to speak with you.


Done by calling VF.. allright thanks.




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