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Topic # 85198 15-Jun-2011 21:18
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my dynalink 1025w detected





Default Gateway
122.61.216.1


Primary DNS server
122.56.237.1


Secondary DNS server
210.55.111.1




is this right?

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  Reply # 481642 15-Jun-2011 22:21
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yes

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  Reply # 481738 16-Jun-2011 09:37
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not this one?
http://telecom.custhelp.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/1274

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  Reply # 481749 16-Jun-2011 10:16
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pinkydot: not this one?

http://telecom.custhelp.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/1274


 

Telecom has 6 DNS servers.  Only 4 of them are posted on that site.  Any of them will work.

 

 




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  Reply # 481777 16-Jun-2011 11:05
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You really should use the DNS servers that are assigned via DHCP over Fixed line Broadband.

Primary DNS server
122.56.237.1 - ns1.telecom.co.nz

Secondary DNS server
210.55.111.1 - ns2.telecom.co.nz

Are the right servers to use.

Otherwise dnsc1/2 are ok.  But Alien & Terminator should not be used as they are the DNS servers for the xtra.co.nz dns domain.

Just stick with what your router gets assigned via DHCP is my advice.

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