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East Midlands Broadband Consortium (EMBC) Thread, If you're on LSN / Netlinc and the Internet is flaky, use the old DNS forwarders in Regional Broadband Consortiums (RBC); Someone somewhere has probably broken something. Started at 4pm-ish yesterday for us. They know about it (recorded message mentions it). ...
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    If you're on LSN / Netlinc and the Internet is flaky, use the old DNS forwarders

    Someone somewhere has probably broken something. Started at 4pm-ish yesterday for us. They know about it (recorded message mentions it).

    Using the old DNS (10.10.2.1) or Google's DNS (8.8.8.8, 8.8.4.4) fixes the problem until it gets properly fixed. Add to your DNS servers as forwarders and then bump them above the ep1 forwarders.
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    This got fixed (and someone gave me a shout to ensure it really was fixed at our end) sometime before 11am (iirc).

    You probably want to re-order the forwarders when you get a chance.

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