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Static IP addressing might work, but I doubt you'd need to do that as well. Logged John MellisBowman, SC1982 Eagle Model 10 6V92TA AutoIt's not the years in your life that count. WB has had some beam problems, but not for this long and of the magnitude you are seeing so I am sure there is something wrong with your install. Please try the request again. this contact form

Any help greatly appreaciated. That was the day the server was down. can you ping websites if you use their IP addresses instead of web addresses? 0 Message Author Comment by:Mrmike_12006-03-04 Browser Hijack. Any ideas? http://www.wildblueworld.com/forum/showthread.php?3152-Help!-Network-Error-(dns_server_failure)

Get 1:1 Help Now Advertise Here Enjoyed your answer? The problem is I lose the connections frequently, and I mean frequently.Case 1: (router) This is a linksys BF????41 v4 router with 4 port switch incorportated into it. I've changed computers, NIC's and Cat5 cables. I did the ping and and it replied "could not find host" I will email my ISP again. "If I knew where good songs came from I'd go there more

No, create an account now. The nearest house is 2-3 hundred yards away. Network Error (dns_server_failure) Your request could not be processed because an error occurred contacting the DNS server. Never hurts to try.

I went through the power recycle with no luck. This totally worked for me!!! All rights reserved. a fantastic read The DNS server may be temporarily unavailable, or there could be a network problem.

This was not saying that the website's DNS servers were the cause, this was referring to the DNS servers that you currently are using. Now, there are new independants who are selling WB directly and we may now start seeing mistakes in the installation that we saw in the beginning with the NRTC installers.I am My monitor goes to black and fans... I've gone from 5 port switch to router, back to switch and now just a direct connection to the back of my computer at this point to troubleshoot.

  1. It sounds like in both Clifford's case and Jim's that it is an ISP DN server issue since they can both get to the site through the proxy.
  2. Also, what kind of account is it?
  3. Member Offline Posts: 400 Re: Eagles Board « Reply #52 on: November 17, 2011, 11:46:53 AM » Through this whole ordeal I have always been able to get on the Eagle
  4. Once it is constant, you are online.
  5. It'll show you the IP address. (FYI, ping just tries to build the list of "hops" that it takes to get from your machine to the requested server.) Or Google "whois",
  6. Direct connection from one computer to the modem.I get a connection using all 3 of these options.
  7. I am on the site from my work computer and the bosses computer at home. ( and that is the one we travel with. ) God knows that I send to
  8. These are all possibilities but may have nothing to do with your particular problem. · actions · 2006-Apr-7 5:50 pm ·
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  • What's New? chica, Aug 20, 2008 #8 The Seeker of Good Songs Active Member Joined: Apr 25, 2006 Messages: 5,011 Not Right in the Head said: ↑ They're telling you that it's the But the easiest way is to open a command prompt (you use Windoze, I presume?), and type ping www.website.com. The DNS Server is your ISP.

    The installers can't come till next tuesday. weblink New Voice Technology Fee - $2 (edit: article was taken down) [ComcastXFINITY] by Darknessfall512. If it does, then plug in the cat5 and it will more than likely work. It's almost certainly a problem in their routers.

    mak Full Member Offline Posts: 158 Southern California location Re: Eagles Board « Reply #59 on: November 23, 2011, 05:29:10 PM » Happy Thanksgiving back. nugz, Aug 20, 2008 #10 Not Right in the Head ಠ_ಠ Joined: Nov 30, 2006 Messages: 21,527 Home Page: http://www.facebook.com/pages/I-love-Morrissey-but-hate-Morrissey-fans/239889286411ml chica said: ↑ You mean what my website's IP address is? Subscribe to our monthly newsletter for tech news and trends Membership How it Works Gigs Live Careers Plans and Pricing For Business Become an Expert Resource Center About Us Who We http://windowsazure4j.org/network-error/network-error-dns-server-failure-in-ie.html That would cause the intermittent problem, when he comes home it jams your system and then he leaves and everything gets better.

    I'd say at the least, every 3rd day. In the link I sent you, a specific Wildblue customer is saying he is getting the exact same error you say you get, while others are saying they see the site The problem is with your ISP; what they need to do is bounce (restart) their nameserver, because it's blocking certain ranges of IP addresses, and those sites are in that range.

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    BTW, what is the router model and part # in case others know of known issues with that router.The side note issue depends a ton on whether you were told install First of all, do NOT use a switch, especially if you have more than one PC connected. Unplug the cat5 from the modem, recycle the modem, let it sit there and blink for a few minutes and hope to see the 'send' light start to blink fast. The next day when I get home from work and open IE, I get the common error page with the link to 'check network connections' and to turn on various options

    I know there has been no network changes, so what could be causing this. Remember Me? (but forget my fate) Morrissey-solo Home Forums > Archives > Archive > Off-topic archive (read-only) > Home Home Quick Links Recent Posts Recent Activity Submit Story Premium (remove ads) Follow the instructions at OpenDNS for Windows and configure to use OpenDNS for your DNS server. http://windowsazure4j.org/network-error/network-error-dns-server-failure-ie.html If not, you should implement some using WPA (use WEP if WPA isn't an option for you).

    Logged I may have started it, but you'll have to finish it! You've probably got a spyware. But I do know those sneaky Frenchies are known to be back door bandits. Forum New Posts FAQ Calendar Community Groups Albums Member List Forum Actions Mark Forums Read Quick Links Today's Posts View Site Leaders Advanced Search vBulletin Message If this is your first

    In the meantime, if you know the IP address for the site you want to go to, you can enter that in the address bar instead and it should still pull That was a couple of months ago. See if that makes a difference. __________________ If TSF has helped you, Tell us about it! Classic Game Thread [Gaming] by Chaplain© DSLReports · Est.1999feedback · terms · Mobile mode

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