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Topic # 204618 9-Oct-2016 19:45
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Hi, I have been using unotelly dns services on a Technicolor cable modem via Vodafone. I wanted to change to getflix but couldn't find how to update the dns settings on the modem. I rung Vodafone who said I cannot do this now they have made changes to the cable connections. Is this correct, are there any ways around this? They said the only option was to move to a business connection which sounds expensive. I guess I could load at each device but I preferred the set up on the modem.

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  Reply # 1648242 9-Oct-2016 22:07
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I don't have an answer re changing it on the WAN but if you don't need internal DNS you could use DHCP to assign it to the devices?

I wouldn't settle doing it that way, but it might be easier than setting them individually.

Seems like a bad move on Vodafone's behalf if it really can't be changed.

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  Reply # 1652491 17-Oct-2016 20:13
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I think its network then WAN for wireless. There is link below for the address and the password, crap modem 

 

http://help.vodafone.co.nz/ci/fattach/get/2308534/1450153538/redirect/1/filename/TechnicolorTC7210_UserGuide.pdf


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