Removing DNS settings from your DDWRT router
Login to your DDWRT router user interface and click on Setup. In this example, our DDWRT's IP address is 192.168.1.1
You might be prompted to enter your router's credentials if you had not logged in to the router prior to this.
Next, click on Basic Setup.
At the static DNS 1 and 2, remove the DNS addresses, set the values to "0" and click on Apply Settings.
Reboot your router for the changes to take affect.
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