You can set it up on your router but usually it's not necessary you will receive your DNS configuration from you ISP. Most likely that if you have internet connection you got your DNS records already setup for you. (Lookup DHCP on wiki or something to better know this subject)lothop wrote:I know this has long been answered, but in my router do I need to put 22.214.171.124 in its DNS Server field?
This also worked for me - I couldn't see any plugins to install and wasn't getting the RSS feed or the right time/date. Turned out DNS was not resolving through my router and using OpenDNS servers in the DNS1 and DNS2 sections worked perfectly, although any external DNS server should work.Boes wrote:The solution for my internet problem was using an opendns ip in DNS 1. I used 126.96.36.199 wich made it work straight away! Thanks to lrusak on the openelec forums.
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