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Ultimate Geek
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Topic # 182449 16-Oct-2015 09:36
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Im having issues with dns4me and my new Spark HG659b.  If I set the DNS records to the appropriate ( records things will work ok as long as Im using Chrome.  As soon as I use IE/Edge/Firefox ITV/Netflix/Lightbox will all come up straight away saying they cannot reach this page yet they work perfectly fine in Chrome. 

So far Ive tested this on multiple computers and they are all the same.  Both Windows 8.1 & Windows 10 computers.  I have also tested it with a virtual computer running Windows 7 and this doesnt seem to have the problem.  

This was all working fine with my old VDSL modem & TP-Link Router combo, it has only started since I installed the new modem.  

Anyone have any ideas?  

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Ultimate Geek
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  Reply # 1407663 16-Oct-2015 10:20
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All sorted.  Was asked to disable IPv6 and that did it.  

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