|05 Jun 2012||#1|
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being redirected to router internal interface
Whenever I enter the address routersim.com, router.com, or mostly anything similar to the word "router" (111router.com, routerzzzz.com) in any browser it takes me to the status page of my router (the one i use in my home, a Belkin Surf N300). It also happens on 2 other computers in the house which are PCs, two of which are wired and one wireless, all using Windows 7 Ultimate x64 SP1.
This however does not happen when I use a Mac, it takes me the correct page.
I used a old router (US Robotics with DD-WRT on it) and it takes me to the correct page.
I changed my IP address, subnet and class, and issues still remained. I then changed my DNS in Windows to another local ISP and to Google's DNS, both worked and took me to the proper site.
I changed the DNS on the Belkin and it didn't work. I figure there may be something wrong with the router, as it does not keep DNS settings from my ISP or anyone else's (Google, OpenDNS, etc).
I also tried to update the firmware on the router and it says this: Upgrade file is not the correct type or version for this device. Upgrade failed. Please obtain the correct file and try again.
What are the forum's thoughts on this?
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