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ooPhoenixoo
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Bt business hub - Setting - Broadband - DNS Resolution unknown entries

Hi my broadband speed it terriblly slow, so im looking at things that could be causing this as BT say the line is fine.

 

I can see no unrecoginised devices in my connected devices list, but when I go to Setting - Broadband - DNS Resolution on my business hub, i can see all the devices in my house under the 192.168.1.x range which I know are actually valid and in my house, but also (shown below) several devices under the 10.114.69.xx range, which are not my devices., i.e. mackys-iphone, is this something I should be worries about?????

 

Strangly Fahads-iPhone, 192.168.1.65, which is not a device name of mine which when pingged goes to 192.168.1.66.  Any advice appriciated.

 

Thanks

 

Craig 

 

mackys-iphone10.114.69.147System
Fahads-iPhone4192.168.1.65System
BLACKBERRY-408A10.114.69.147System
Kims-iphone-210.114.69.148System
ashs-iPhone10.114.69.149System
android_fb15bb6183b4147b10.114.69.150System
android_b98d4bc872c896c910.114.69.151System
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MiloBT
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Registered: ‎21-04-2011
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Re: Bt business hub - Setting - Broadband - DNS Resolution unknown entries

I don't suppose you have a BT Openzone hotspot enabled do you?

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ooPhoenixoo
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Re: Bt business hub - Setting - Broadband - DNS Resolution unknown entries

No it's all switch off, which is what really confuses me ...
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MHC
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Registered: ‎18-06-2008

Re: Bt business hub - Setting - Broadband - DNS Resolution unknown entries

 

Can you do a full reset to defaults, then bring it back up whilst watching that page to see if / when they connect or reappear.

 

Are they just persistent from a time when OZ was turned on?  Or is it a reconditioned/used 2700?  

 

And if you don't recognise Fahads-iphone4 then you need to change your security key.     The deafault is easily available to anyone who sees the router or it may have been hacked.

 

You can, I believe, use MAC addressing to allow/bar devices and you could implement that to bar that device.