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HowTo: Find Out DNS Server IP Address Used By My Router?
In this case, what was your old DNS? G32RW 1 5. Thanks for the reply's guys! Is this article up to date? I had been searching for this information for this information for a few minutes.

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How to Find Your Primary & Secondary DNS

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How do I shut off my dns and anything else that makes hackers have easy acess. What if Method 1 and 2 give different IP addresses? All the addresses are different in both versions. Which one is correct and why are they giving numbers? Your 2Wire router router act as all-in-one gateway server.

It has in-built caching dns server and it is used to speed up dns queries. It also saves load on remote ISP dns server such as I run a pfSense router and Fedora client. When I use dig or cat resolv. Do I have to ssh into the router and cat resolv. I can not log onto the internet from my desktop but from my lap top and phones everything works fine.

Use the —unprivileged option. This happens when you are using Nmap by a VPN. It is an Nmap implementation error. There isn't anything in the web admin gui that displays the current DNS server that is being used. Short of plugging in my laptop directly to the cable modem and bypassing the RP, is there any way to see where my DNS requests are going once they leave the soho router?

Are you sure your DNS requests are going to the router? Your router should have an admin page that you can browse to view settings. There should be a page for external DHCP settings. I know my Linsys does. Nope, I've already checked on both. The admin page doesn't display DNS either. I'm on a cable modem connection and out of the dynamic network settings I get from my ISP, only the IP and subnet mask are displayed.

Originally posted by CALL Ok, try telneting into that router. It seems to have a more detailed configuration system via telnet than http. Originally posted by Frennzy: Sorry I can't help.

The DNS you use

The nslookup command from command prompt will tell you which one it is using (typically your primary). Sometimes typing in a fake domain (xlusive.ml) will fail on the first dns server and attempt to use the second. A quick edit: don't type an address after The nslookup command, it will tell you which dns server it is using. To check what DNS Server you are using on any Mac or Linux based computer, simply open up the terminal and do nslookup on any website. For example, type in the following command. Again, just like with Windows, you can replace “xlusive.ml” with your own IP . The DNS you use. In my opinion, the fastest and easiest way to determine what DNS server you’re using is to use the Windows Command Prompt. In Windows 10, right-click on the Start menu and click on Command Prompt. In most other versions of Windows, click on Start, then All Programs, then Accessories, and finally on Command prompt.. .