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Old 07 January 2009, 14:40   #5
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Some ISPs supply custom DNS ips, if so it should be in the internet account papers from your ISP. Or call them. There are also public DNSes. At least on other computers the DNS ip has nothing to do with the IP of the router or modem.

The DNS ip is the address of any nameserver to translate "www.google.com" to "74.158.1.123" or whatever.

If possible, also eliminate any router problems by connecting the Amiga directly to your modem with a cable, if at all possible. If not, test the wireless ability by trying to connect to internet with a wireless laptop and use the settings that succeeded.

Me, I'd stab myself twice before using wireless on Amiga. Why? Because wired is better, and my Amigas deserve the best
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