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# 177743 12-Aug-2015 22:36
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When I was on fibre I had adjusted my Asus modern to allow my roku to work here in NZ with USA netflix. I done this by routing the Google dns 8.8.8.8 and 8.8.4.4, can someone PLEASE tell me how I can do this with the cable modem? Or any other work around?

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  # 1365112 12-Aug-2015 22:38
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Not related to Vodafone check out the streaming TV section of Geekzone



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  # 1365113 12-Aug-2015 22:40
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It's a Vodafone modem, that apparently I have to use to get service. I think that would be related, and others in here would have the same modem and more likely to see the post.

 
 
 
 


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  # 1365114 12-Aug-2015 22:41
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You are wanting to bypass geo blocking correct ?

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  # 1365115 12-Aug-2015 22:43
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No he is wanting to know how to make routes for the google DNS servers to go nowhere so that the devices cant reach them.

I would have thought that asking for help with an ISP forced router in that ISPs forum is on topic?




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  # 1365117 12-Aug-2015 22:47
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What he said ^^^

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  # 1365286 13-Aug-2015 09:48
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Do the Vodafone cable modems still require (or at least easily support) the use of a customer owned router?  This would give you options.

 
 
 
 


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  # 1365313 13-Aug-2015 09:58
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I'm on cable and use a netgear router attached to the supplied modem. I use getflix dns

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  # 1365323 13-Aug-2015 10:05
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So how far away is bridge mode support?

Very short sighted not to offer this level of support, when the model forced all users to become administrators of their own kit (which many have)




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  # 1365325 13-Aug-2015 10:06
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I'm using the newest one they released few years back. Small in size.

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  # 1365333 13-Aug-2015 10:10
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Wow Nope never knew they had new cable modem! Got a link?

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