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    Gaming Wizard DarkPrince's Avatar
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    Change the DNS on the DHCP to give you 8.8.8.8 and 8.8.4.4 instead of your ISP's DNS

    Most smart phones have a dynamic DNS setting which continues to use your mobile network operators DNS when connected to other wi-fi networks, could be why the phone works fine.
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    No change, tried cloudfare's and google's ipv4 and ipv6

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    Reinstall fixed network issues, but wow I have never had such an issue reinstalling windows before today.

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    Many people have trouble accessing the router administrator and cannot reset the router. In most cases, they get error messages when they log in. 192.168.1.1 is the default IP address for most Wi-Fi routers. This universal IP address is used to configure and reset the router if you are using a wireless network. The user can easily manage and change the necessary network settings, 192.168.l.l log in, using the appropriate username and password. It also helps to troubleshoot the router if any problems occur.
    Last edited by vinikill22; January 17th, 2022 at 11:09 PM.

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