12-07-2011 06:14 PM
I'm trying to find the DNS Server & Secondary DNS codes so that we can program our Blue ray to computer,Do you know were I can find it & maybe how?
12-08-2011 06:42 AM
The DNS Server information is an IP adress and not a code. Unless you are running a DNS server of your own, the DNS addresses are typically assigned by your ISP (internet service provider). Depending on which version of Windows you have the process is going to be a little different. In Windows 7, try "Control Panel", "Network and Sharing", "Change Adapter Settings", "Local Area Connection", "Details".
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12-08-2011 10:07 AM
Internet ready Blu-ray players being used for video streaming from remote sites (Netflix as an example) obtain the DNS information directly from the ISP's DNS servers as indicated by "lasvegaswireman".
I use a wireless router and I connect my Blu-ray player and internet ready TV using ethernet cables. It works like a champ.
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