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HI I lost suddently my internet connection on my router Netgear 35 model CE0700
When I run a trouble shoot it says (Can not find the DNS server)

My cable is running properly we checked and I'm now connected via ethernet cable
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by:speedtofly
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Sorry the model number is WNDR4500
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Have you performed a factory reset on the router using a paper clip on the reset button?

Usually a factory reset will allow you to re-configure properly and move on from there.  You will have to re-configure your wireless network name and password and such but other than that, it is safe unless you have custom port forwards set up or anything like that.
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by:speedtofly
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I did the reset still no luck no connection from router
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by:Ernie Beek
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Can not find the DNS server
So you don't have internet at all or is it just DNS? What happens if you do a ping to an ip address (like 8.8.8.8)?
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by:speedtofly
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It looks like the factory reset worked , I hade to play with the genie from the company software
But now it's working ,thanks!
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