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Topic # 144294 14-May-2014 10:14
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Hi all i was wondering if any of the Telstra people ever ran a DNS service on the HFC network in conjunction with the T Box and if any issues because of using said service ? 




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  Reply # 1043530 14-May-2014 10:55
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The TBox and the "Internet" run on two separate networks AFAIK so there's no chance of them interfering with each other.

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  Reply # 1043533 14-May-2014 11:00
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r2b2: The TBox and the "Internet" run on two separate networks AFAIK so there's no chance of them interfering with each other.


This is correct.





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  Reply # 1043576 14-May-2014 11:41
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kharris:
r2b2: The TBox and the "Internet" run on two separate networks AFAIK so there's no chance of them interfering with each other.


This is correct.



I am not entirely sure what you are saying is correct. Is it possible for the DNS to cause issues with the service ie buffering , audio dropout ?




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  Reply # 1043648 14-May-2014 12:15
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kharris:
r2b2: The TBox and the "Internet" run on two separate networks AFAIK so there's no chance of them interfering with each other.


This is correct.



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  Reply # 1043652 14-May-2014 12:17
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rokki:
kharris:
r2b2: The TBox and the "Internet" run on two separate networks AFAIK so there's no chance of them interfering with each other.


This is correct.



I am not entirely sure what you are saying is correct. Is it possible for the DNS to cause issues with the service ie buffering , audio dropout ?


You've said you're on HFC, so there is no streaming. The t-box is connected via coax.



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  Reply # 1043655 14-May-2014 12:21
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DNS service shouldn't affect a UFB VF-TV service.




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  Reply # 1043815 14-May-2014 13:36
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TimA: DNS service shouldn't affect a UFB VF-TV service.


Hi Tim that's what i thought :)

 




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  Reply # 1044997 14-May-2014 17:54
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rokki:
TimA: DNS service shouldn't affect a UFB VF-TV service.


Hi Tim that's what i thought :)

 


... However, if you break it you will own all the pieces.. ;-).

Support is provided for equipment configured correctly for the TV service, that includes DNS settings. Anything else we can't guarantee service.

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