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#29401 6-Jan-2009 10:04
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Are these correct?:

Primary DNS

203.97.78.43

Secondary DNS

203.97.78.44


That's from their dialup settings help page, can't find a mention of them anywhere else.

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  #187748 6-Jan-2009 12:18
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thats exactly what it says in my router, so yes.

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  #187751 6-Jan-2009 12:22
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Or you can try:
203.96.152.4 - 203.96.152.12
203.97.33.1 - 203.97.37.1
203.97.33.14 - 203.97.37.14

 
 
 
 




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  #187773 6-Jan-2009 13:40
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Cheers. I have to change over a business account from Paradise to TC next week (non-DHCP workstations) so 30 PCs here I come, lol. Although I guess the Paradise DNS addresses would still work?

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  #188980 12-Jan-2009 14:05
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i thought clear customers use a different DNS than paradise customers.

Ring up and check. im not at home now or id give you my DNS settings




 


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  #189997 16-Jan-2009 13:35
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All sorted. The connection still worked with the Paradise DNS, but I changed them all anyway.
They're migrating business customers from Paradise to Clear, e-mail address and all!
Just hope I don't lose my Paradise email addys when/if they get around to migrating home users.


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  #195190 10-Feb-2009 20:57
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Zigg: Are these correct?:

Primary DNS

203.97.78.43

Secondary DNS

203.97.78.44


That's from their dialup settings help page, can't find a mention of them anywhere else.

Correct. These are the DNS servers that we recommend that you use. Also, they are the DNS servers we automatically hand out via PPP to ADSL/PDQ customers. 




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