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Copper Contributor
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Registered: ‎11-29-2011

DNS Server Error (80710102)

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I get this error alot when trying to sign into playstation network on my wireless system at home. I use to get it alot also when I had a linksys wrt54g router and I recently replaced that with a netgear Wrn2000 router. Apparently lots of people have this issue (based on google search) Any ideas on what I can do to straighten it out? Most of the time unplugging the router then plugging back in fixes it but there's gotta be a fix for it I would imagine.

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Re: DNS Server Error (80710102)

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#1 Did you see the info that is at

 

http://www.ps3errorcodesfix.com/ps3-error-80710102

 

?

 

#2 What is the brand and model of your modem?

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Re: DNS Server Error (80710102)

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Thanks alot I'll check it out tonight when I get off work! I was beginning to think not many people respond on this forum.....I have the westell A90 -750015 Verizon modem
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