Router causing dns error

Recently, my router ( Netgear WNDR4500) has been acting up, and disconnecting me seemingly at random. DNS server causing problems. XxXGunXxXGraveXxX Jun 6,, 9: 52 PM. Ive posted about this problem b4 but i got no solutions : ( heres what i said ( Copy paste) Hi all, i have an SMC Barricade wireless n router that worked fine until i. I noticed in my windows log when ever one occurs, i get a DNS Client Event error. Edit: Also, some of the time, the cable modem( i have a separate wireless router) would show a disconnection, the connection lights would go. The router so far didn' t present any conectivity issues using wifi, and surpassed the old non- gigabit DIR- 809 I had. 3 times I had this problem: in the PC the browser stopped working, saying DNS Error, not connected. and this has always. That begs the question: what could be causing this issue?

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    Error causing router

    A DNS, or domain name system, error occurs when one portion of a network, such as the Internet, is not connecting properly to another portion of the network. This will clear your router' s cache and thus may resolve DNS errors. Go into your network settings, select the network that is causing the issue, go to Properties, Advanced, and click the box that has " ipv6 connectivity" not checked at the. to try to sum this up. I keep getting " DNS" errors when I t. Disconnected router - connected modem directly into PC. BOUGHT NEW router. THIS is what it says when I have the DNS error: [ cpp] Name DPC2100R2. router # 3: Asus RT- N12 The problem. Under normal load, my network is working fine. However, when under heavier load ( torrent, streaming HD movies, etc. ), my internet simply stops responding and eventually gives me DNS errors. - What could be the possible causes of this problem?

    I just can' t figure out what is causing the outside DNS resolution issues and timing out issues. So it sounds like you issue is more on the way you have DNS configured, not the router/ firewall you are using. You can also safely eliminate a firewall rule as being the issue if it is an intermittant problem. A Windows computer may generate DNS Server Not Responding errors when its connection to the internet fails. The sections below each cover common causes of these failures: Misbehaving internet. Check to ensure both your device and the network router both have DHCP enabled. If either end of the.