LTE3301-PLUS does not accept DNS addresses ending in .0

sunef
sunef Posts: 11
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edited January 4 in Mobile Broadband

I was unable to input/save the DNS address for dns0.eu as both addresses had an .0 ending. Please correct this.

docs.dns0.eu FAQ

.0 IP addresses

While all modern OS support using IPv4 addresses ending with .0 for DNS, some routers do not accept it.

Help us fix this for everyone by asking your router manufacturer to support IPv4 addresses ending with .0 for DNS.

Workaround

We have decided to not provide any workaround for this. As far as we know, this only affects some Netgear routers.

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