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Router returns bad dns entries on 192.18.1.* subnet

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Router returns bad dns entries on 192.18.1.* subnet

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Re: Router returns bad dns entries on 192.18.1.* subnet

Most people just switch the dns to Google or OpenDNS. I don't use the supplied router due to its abysmal wifi here.
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Re: Router returns bad dns entries on 192.18.1.* subnet

That looks like the routers "web intercept" feature (or some such name), it can be disabled in the GUI.
That only stores names which fail to be resolved and assigns a 198.18.1.x IP address, don't know why the original lookup failed.
If you wish to change to google or opendns the following thread may help:
http://community.plus.net/forum/index.php/topic,139047.0.html
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Re: Router returns bad dns entries on 192.18.1.* subnet

Quote from: npr
If you wish to change to google or opendns the following thread may help:
http://community.plus.net/forum/index.php/topic,139047.0.html

Thanks for that. I didn't see it as a web configuration option, so I used the CLI to change the default name servers in the router, fingers crossed.