Hi, I seem to be having a problem with displaying web pages over our 857w router. The ADSL seems to be connecting OK and we can get a web page displayed on a PC if we type the ip address of the site into the address bar. so if I type www.google.com we get an DNS error message displayed on the browser, but if we type 126.96.36.199 the page displays perfectly.
We have been using a vigor 2600+ router which connect perfectly every time. Different dns server ip's have been used but we still get the same results.
What are we missing, I have attached the running config so any help would be greatly welcomed.
You need to specify the DNS server under the DHCP pool rather than in the ip name-server command. I think the ip name-server command is for use by the router itself, and is not passed out to the DHCP clients.
If you do end up removing the DNS servers from the router itself, also make sure to add "no ip domain-lookup". Otherwise, the router will still continue to attempt DNS lookups (trying to locate a DNS server via broadcast), and it will get very annoying.
But the problem here is that there are no DNS servers listed in the DHCP scope.
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