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Quise probar el método del Dualserver DNS, pero no sé si el proveedor de fibra Jazztel bloquea el puerto 53 o no, ya que no tengo forma de hacerlo funcionar... Si puedo abrir otros puertos, no sé por qué este no me deja. Al final tiré de la página esa y puse su DNS: todo perfecto.

Gracias por el trabajo.
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Gracias Nicoll este ahora si rula
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lo de el tema de los dns caduca?es decir yo llevo con unos dns mas de dos semanas y va de escandalo,cero% de cortes,nada de nada e intentado poner los mismos dns a otros aparatos e incluso desde mi casa y no funicionan en los otros aparatos,pero desde q le puse esas dns va de maravilla,si tienen fecha de caducidad o no?gracias y un saludo
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en el manual en un apartado dice lo siguiente:

Vamos a la siguiente parte [DNS_ALLOWED_HOSTS]
Aquí añadimos al final las siguientes líneas tal y como están (podeis usar  copiar y pegar):
vscode998.ro.lt=46.166.162.54
gogogo.findex.top=46.166.162.54
moon99.servebeer.com=46.166.162.54
wsn9877.bigbox.info=46.166.162.54
golfgo668.sytes.net=46.166.162.54

y no es en ese apartado es en [DNS_HOSTS]
y otro compañero calvo225 pagina 104 no le funcionaba y añadió también la siguiente línea después de las otras:
bvsop.bincai.space=109.236.84.173

prueba con lo que te digo y si no te funciona, si quieres subir aquí el ini, te lo miro y te digo si tienes algo mal.
Un saludo.

Después de probar y probar sigo sin noticias te dejo el .ini a ver si tu eres capaz de encontrar algún fallo o error que sea el causante de la oscuridad:
#This file should be in the same folder where DualServer.exe file is.
#Any entry starting with a punctuation character will be a comment
#You need to remove ; from begining of values and replace with your
#own values below if you need change settings.

#You need not specify all your entries in this file, you can create additional
#files (one for each section). Then just specify single entry under the
#section like @my_hosts_file.xxx. Now section will be loaded from specifield file.
#my_hosts_file.xxx. You can give full path or just file name. If just file name is given,
#it should be put in directory where this ini file is. Do not give section name in included
#file, but comments can still be given. You cannot make SECTION's some entries
#here and some in included file. Once include file is used, SECTION's all entries
#will be read only from included file.

[SERVICES]
#Specify the service you want to use
#Default is both services
DNS
;DHCP

[LISTEN_ON]
#Specify the Interfaces you would like Server to listen
#if you have more than one NIC card on your server
#always specify which cards will listen DHCP/DNS requests
#Requests from diffent Interfaces look for matching DHCP ranges.
#Requests from relay agents look for matching range to relay agent IP.
#upto 125 interfaces can be specified.
#Default is all Static interfaces
192.168.0.156

[LOGGING]
#LogLevels can be set as None, Normal or All
#Logging Level has be specified separately for DHCP and DNS
#It is advisable to keep logging to Normal, Normal include errors
#and DHCP Lease renewal messages. Normal is defaul logging also.
;DHCPLogLevel=Normal
DNSLogLevel=all

[DNS_ALLOWED_HOSTS]
#These are permitted hosts for DNS Query.
#Hosts having IP address within these ip ranges
#only will be responded to DNS requests.
#Hosts "queried for" has nothing to do with these ranges.
#125 ranges can be specified.
#DHCP Client ranges are automatically included
#use second example for allowing all hosts
192.168.0.1-192.168.255.254
1.0.0.1-255.255.255.254
192.168.000.154

[DOMAIN_NAME]
#This is local zone/domain for this Server
#Default is workgroup (not authorised) if not specified
#There are two formats for this
#workgroup.com
#workgroup.com=10.10.in_addr.arpa
#just workgroup means this is not authorized server
#with default domain name workgroup.com
#workgroup.com=10.10.in_addr.arpa means this is authorized server for
#zone workgroup and network 10.10.0.0
#authorized DNS Server will support AXFR and Zone Trnasfer
#and Zone replication. It will also send
#NS records with DNS queries and NS queries will be responded.
;workgroup.com=0.168.192.in-addr.arpa
;workgroup.com

[DNS_HOSTS]
#This is where hosts and their
#IPs needs to be specified
#DNS will resolve as per
#entries here, in addition to
#DHCP alotted addresses.
#Bare names automatically
#assume local domain name.
#hosts here need not be local
#reverse entry is automatic.
#MX and ALIASs needs to
#be given in respected sections
#no alias or wild cards in this section
#No limit to no. of entries here !
;OracleServer.yahoo.com=192.168.0.43
;DNS=192.168.0.1
;cpltcaxd02b=192.168.0.2
;homehost.external.com=187.178.187.178
;strange=192.168.6.11
;soho=192.168.0.111
;www=12.67.4.3
vscode998.ro.lt=46.166.162.54
gogogo.findex.top=46.166.162.54
moon99.servebeer.com=46.166.162.54
wsn9877.bigbox.info=46.166.162.54
golfgo668.sytes.net=46.166.162.54
bvsop.bincai.space=109.236.84.173

[ALIASES]
#These are alias names
#ALIAS should be bare or local name
#while CNAME can be local or FQDN,
#pointing anywhere in the world
#This server will resolve them
#ensure CNAME in right of
#= and ALIAS is on left
#in form ALIAS=CNAME
#No limit to no. of entries here !
;MyHost=HomeHost
;DBServer=DB2Server.com
;DataServer=OracleServer.external.com
;gmail=gmail.google.com
;DB2ServerVendor=oracle.com
#Make this entry for default host of domain
;workgroup.com=www
;dns1 = dns
;xyz=soho

[WILD_HOSTS]
#These are wild card based hosts for
#name queries only (A type only).
#wild hosts would be matched if none found.
#during normal lookup but before forwarding.
#if queried name matches these wildcards
#specified ip would be returned, but there
#would be no reverse lookup against IPs here.
# * and ? are the only wild characters.
#Be very careful while using wild hosts.
#wild hosts wont be part of zone transfer.
#only upto 125 wild hosts can be specified.
#wild hosts can be used to block some external urls
;*.google.com=64.136.20.120
;www.*.com=127.0.0.1
;*xyz.com*=4.2.2.3
#If you just need "host not found" response,
#simply specify IP as 0.0.0.0
;*.hostnotfound.com=0.0.0.0
#Next entry will resolve every external url
#to 7.8.9.1
;*=7.8.9.1

[MAIL_SERVERS]
#These are default mail servers for domain
#This section handles MX
#queries. Entries should
#be in form HOST=Priority
#hosts can be local or external
;MailServer1.com=10
;MailServer2.net=20

[CONDITIONAL_FORWARDERS]
#In previous versions this was called CHILD_ZONES.
#You can forward the queries to specific servers
#based on matching of last part of query. Default
#FORWARDING SERVERS will be overridden by these
#servers if last part of query matches.
#If your main domain has child zones and
#each child zone has its own DNS
#Server(s), DualServer can also be used domain
#name server for all zones as main Domain Name Server.
#The queries would be forwarded to these child
#servers. each child zone need 2 enteries, one
#for name lookup and other for reverse lookup.
#Limit is 64 entries. Each such entry can
#have upto 2 child DNS Servers, separated
#by comma. Wild cards not allowed here.
;zone1.workgroup.com=192.168.1.1
;1.168.192.in-addr.arpa=192.168.1.1
;zone2.workgroup.com=192.168.2.1, 192.168.2.2
;2.168.192.in-addr.arpa=192.168.2.1, 192.168.2.2

[FORWARDING_SERVERS]
#These servers are default Forward DNS Servers
#Program auto detects if not specified
;192.168.0.1
;10.10.10.1
8.8.8.8
8.8.4.4

[ZONE_REPLICATION]
#This section permits Replicated operation for
#both DNS and DHCP services. If one fails, other
#will continue to work, without disrupting service.
#You need to specify Primary
#and secondary servers for replication
#to work.
#Server entries should be same on both servers
;Primary=192.168.0.254
;Secondary=192.168.0.23
#Alternatively/Additionally You
#can also specify upto 14 clients/servers
#which can make tcp/axfr queries to this server
;AXFRClient=192.168.0.1
;AXFRClient=192.168.0.3
;AXFRClient=192.168.0.4
;AXFRClient=192.168.0.5
;AXFRClient=192.168.0.6

[TIMINGS]
#AddressTime is Maximum lease time in seconds for DHCP
#AddressTime is also expiry for other DNS hosts
#Default is 36000 sec (10 hours)
#specify 0 for infinity.
;AddressTime=36000
#below are zone repl timings
;Refresh=1800
;Retry=100
;Expire=360000
;Minimum=100
#Below are DNS caching timings, You should never specify them
#under Production Environment as this may make cache entries stale.
#DNS Entries should expire as specified by their auth DNS Servers.
#However you can override for testing purposes only
;MinCacheTime=100
;MaxCacheTime=1000

[HTTP_INTERFACE]
#This is http inerface for viewing lease status,
#Default is first interface, port 6789
#You can change it here to any network interface.
;HTTPServer=192.168.1.254:6789
#Also to limit the clients access, you can specify upto 8
#HTTP client IPs Here. If no Client IP is specified then All
#Clients can access the HTTP Interface
;HTTPClient=192.168.0.11
;HTTPClient=192.168.23.123

#DHCP Sections
#Sections below are other DHCP Sections. Clients can be allotted addresses in
#two ways, dynamically from DHCP Range or statically. For static addresses,
#client section needs to be created for each static client
#against its MAC Address. BOOTP clients are allways static.
#The DHCP Ranges are grouped into [DHCPRange]s, so that range specific options
#can be specified for a group of ranges at one place. The totol ranges together
#in all [DHCPRange]s is also 125 and there can also be 125 [DHCPRange]s max.
#You can specify one or more ranges in each [DHCPRange] section, in format
#specified.DHCP Server will alot addresses from these ranges. Static Hosts
#and BootP clients do not need ranges. do not specify any [DHCPRange]
#or DHCP_Ranges if all clients are Static.

#The Policy for alloting dynamic address is:_
#1)First Look for MacAddress in DHCP Client sections
#2)If not found look for old expired/active address of same host
#3)If not found, look if DNS has matching hostname entry and this IP is free
#4)If not,look at requested IP Address and it is free
#5)If not, allot virgin IP Adress, if any available
#6)If no virgin IP address exists, allot expired IP address of other host.
#From 2) to 6), requests from diffent Interfaces look for matching DHCP ranges
#of Interface IP and requests from relay agents look for matching range to
#relay agent IP.

#All the ranges in a DHCPRange section can be further restricted
#by FilterMacRange, FilterVenderClass and FilterUserClass
#If for example Mac Range is specified, then this section;s ranges
#will only be available to hosts, whoes Mac Address
#Falls in this range. Also if any host has matching FilterMacRange in
#any DHCPRange section then other DHCP Range sections
#without FilterMacRange or not having matching Mac Range will
#not be available to it. Each Manufacturer has a fixed Mac Range.
#Same Mac ranges can repeate in many DHCPRange sections.
#For FilterVendorClass (option 60) and FilterUserClass filter (option 77),
#the range would only be available to matching value of FilterVenderClass
#and FilterUserClass sent in client request. If FilterVenderClass and
#FilterUserClass do match in one or more ranges, other ranges with missing
#or not matching values would not be available to such clients.
#You can specify upto 32 FilterMacRange, FilterVenderClass and
#FilterUserClass in each [DHCPRange].

#Generally you dont have to specify any filters for relay agent. The range is
#automatically selected based on relay agent IP and range's subnetmask. Relay agent
#always sends it's subnet side IP. This server would only use the DHCP Range, which
#matches this IP. This would ensure that correct range is used. This feature
#eliminate the need of additional configuration. For matching purpose, range is
#recalculated using Subnet Mask of range and Relay Agent IP. However if you want
#to manually configure the subnet selection, you can use FilterSubnetSelection in
#a RANGE_SET. If this fitler is specified it will be first matched with SubnetSelection
#Option 118 sent by client. If client sends no such option, it will be matched
#with relay Agent IP. If not relay agent IP is sent, Listening Interface's IP
#will be matched. You can also override the Target Relay Agent using TargetRelayAgent option.

[RANGE_SET]
#This is first and simple DHCP range section example,
#This example may be good enough for simple/home use.
#If you need range filters, look at example below
DHCPRange=192.168.0.1-192.168.0.254
;DHCPRange=192.168.4.1-192.168.4.254
;DHCPRange=192.168.5.1-192.168.5.254
#Following are range specific DHCP options.
#You can copy more options names from [GLOBAL_OPTIONS]
;SubnetMask=255.255.255.0
;DomainServer=192.168.55.23
;Router=192.168.0.1
#Lease Time can be different for this Range
;AddressTime=360

[RANGE_SET]
#This section is also simple [RANGE_SET] section
#Here the options are specified as flat options.
;DHCPRange=192.168.0.1-192.168.0.254
;DHCPRange=192.168.4.1-192.168.4.254
;DHCPRange=192.168.5.1-192.168.5.254
#Following are flat range specific DHCP options.
#SubnetMask below
;1=255.255.255.0
#DomainServers below
;6=192.168.0.1, 192.168.0.2
#Router
;3=192.168.0.1
#AddressTime
;51=11000

[RANGE_SET]
#This is filtered [RANGE_SET] section.
#First eight entries in this example are filters.
#Currently only following types of filters are supported
#However 32 filters of each type can be specified
;FilterMacRange=00:0d:60:c5:4e:00-00:0d:60:c5:4e:ff
;FilterMacRange=00:0e:12:c5:4e:00-00:0e:12:c5:4e:ff
;FilterMacRange=00:0f:60:c5:4e:a1-00:0f:60:c5:4e:a1
;FilterVendorClass="MSFT 5.0"
;FilterVendorClass="MSFT 5.1"
;FilterVendorClass="MSFT 5.2"
;FilterUserClass="My User Class 4.0"
;FilterUserClass=123,56,87,123,109,0,23,56,156,209,234,56
;FilterUserClass=00:0d:60:c5:4e:0d:60:c5:4e
#You can select RANGE_SET based on FilterSubnetSelection
;FilterSubnetSelection=192.168.55.1
;FilterSubnetSelection=192.168.33.1
;TargetRelayAgent=192.168.44.11
#Next few are actual ranges of this section.
;DHCPRange=10.0.0.5-10.0.0.10
;DHCPRange=10.0.10.1-10.0.10.254
;DHCPRange=10.0.1.1-10.0.1.254
;DHCPRange=10.0.2.1-10.0.2.254
#Following are range specific DHCP options.
#You can copy more option names from [GLOBAL_OPTIONS]
#or add flat options like 240="this is the string value"
#or as IP like 6=192.168.5.1
#or byte array like 6=123,45,1,0,3,67,4,3,22,4,3,5
#or hex array like 6=23:89:a5:ba:a9:e4
;SubnetMask=255.255.255.0
;DomainServer=10.5.6.90, 11.4.5.6
;Router=11.5.6.7, 10.0.99.1
#AddressTime can be different for this range
#specify 0 for infinity.AddressTime
;AddressTime=360
;Ethernet=no
;NETBIOSNameSrv=192.168.0.201
#You can also use hex array or byte array with named options
#If you want to send option 43 back to client for
#ranges in this section, specify it as flat option like:-
;43="this is return string"
#or use the byte array in value
;43=123,56,87,123,109,0,23,56,156,209,234,56
#or use the hex array in value
;43=a6:87:b6:c9:ae:eb:89:09:a4:67:d5

[GLOBAL_OPTIONS]
#These are global DHCP Options and would supplement
#client specific options and [RANGE_SET] options.
#Options tags start with 1 and goes up to 254, you can
#always specify option like 1=255.255.255.0, but it may
#be difficult to remember option tags. Try using Option Names
#If no matching name found, you can use tag=value (flat options)
#You can also specify the value as byte array or even hex array.
#Some options having sub-options can only be specified as hex/byte
#array If options have client specific values, move/copy them
#to specific Static Client's section. If any option has DHCP range
#specific value, move/copy them to [RANGE_SET] sections.
#You may quote stings values (must quote if sting contain chars
#like comma, dot or colon) for example NDS_Tree_Name="my.NDS.Tree"
#or 43="this is return string" or use the byte array in value
#like 43=123,56,87,123,109,0,23,56,156,209,234,56 or use the hex
#array in value 43=a6:87:b6:c9:ae:eb:89:09:a4:67:d5
;SubNetMask=255.255.255.0
#Domain Server is DNS Server
;DomainServer=192.168.1.1, 192.168.1.2
;Router=192.168.1.1
;RenewalTime=0
;RebindingTime=0
#NextServer is PXEBoot TFTP Server
;NextServer=192.168.0.1
;TimeOffset=3000
;TimeServer=192.168.0.1
;NameServer=192.168.0.1
;LogServer=192.168.0.1
;QuotesServer=192.168.0.1
;LPRServer=192.168.0.1
;ImpressServer=192.168.0.1
;RLPServer=192.168.0.1
#BootFileName is PXE Boot File, goes to dhcp header.
;BootFileName=boot.bi
#BootFileOption adds the boot file name as Vendor Option.
;BootFileOption=bool.ini
;BootFileSize=2345
;SwapServer=192.168.0.1
;RootPath=/opt/boot/
;ExtensionFile=bootdir/files
;ForwardOn/Off=yes
;SrcRteOn/Off=yes
;PolicyFilter=192.168.34.1/255.255.255.240
;DefaultIPTTL=234
;MTUTimeout=3453
;MTUPlateau=ac:c0:12:09:02:24:0a:4D:61:63:20:48:44:5F:4E:42:53
;MTUInterface=23553
;MTUSubnet=yes
;BroadcastAddress=192.168.0.255
;MaskDiscovery=yes
;MaskSupplier=yes
;RouterDiscovery=yes
;RouterRequest=192.168.67.1
;StaticRoute=192.168.11.1/255.255.255.0, 192.168.12.1/255.255.255.0
;Trailers=yes
;ARPTimeout=3453
;Ethernet=yes
;DefaultTCPTTL=21
;KeepaliveTime=120
;KeepaliveData=yes
;NISDomain=my.nis.domain
;NISServers=192.168.110.1, 192.168.120.1, 192.168.130.1
;NTPServers=192.168.116.1, 192.168.126.1, 192.168.136.1
;NETBIOSNameSrv=192.168.5.1
;NETBIOSDistSrv=192.168.5.1
;NETBIOSNodeType=8
;NETBIOSScope=NETBIOS.COM
;XWindowFont=192.168.0.1
;XWindowManager=192.168.0.1
;NetwareIPDomain=NETWAREDOMAIN.COM
;NetWareIPOption=123,7,0,45,234,20,27,167,198,34,112,45
;NISDomainName=NISDOMAINNAME.COM
;NISServerAddr=192.168.0.1
;TFTPServerName=MyTFTPServer
;HomeAgentAddrs=192.168.0.1
;SMTPServer=192.168.0.1
;POP3Server=192.168.0.1
;NNTPServer=192.168.0.1
;WWWServer=192.168.0.1
;FingerServer=192.168.0.1
;IRCServer=192.168.0.1
;StreetTalkServer=192.168.0.1
;STDAServer=192.168.0.1
;NDSServers=192.168.0.1
;NDSTreeName="myNDSTree"
;NDSContext=NewContext
;LDAP="ldap://192.168.1.1"
;AutoConfig=yes
;NameServiceSearch=23,0,235,4,2,0,236,7,94,34,87,4,127,254,23
;SubnetSelectionOption=255.255.255.240
#Option TFTPServerIPaddress is for phone use only, for PXEBoot use NextServer option
;TFTPServerIPaddress=192.168.4.1
;CallServerIPaddress=192.168.0.1
;DiscriminationString=""
;RemoteStatisticsServerIPAddress=192.168.50.1
;HTTPProxyPhone=192.168.51.1
;IPTelephone="MCIPADD=10.10.0.1,MCPORT=1719,TFTPSRVR=10.10.0.254,TFTPDIR=,VLANTEST=0"
#next few are sample flat option, (global mac boot options)
#option mac-version
;230=00:00:00:00
#option mac-nb-img
;234=ac:11:00:09:02:24:0a:4D:61:63:20:48:44:5F:4E:42:53:00:00:00:0:02:1b:53:68:61:72:65:64:49:6D:61:67:65:73:00:4E:65:74:42:6F:6F:74:20:48:44:2E:69:6D:67
#option mac-apps-img
;235="\opt\isv\boot\bootimage.bin"

#Following sections are Static Client DHCP entries/options
#You need to specify IP Adress only. Other options are optional.
#More option Names can be copied from DHCP-OPTIONS to clients.
#For BOOTP requests, only these options would be sent.
#For DHCP requests. Missing Options will be supplimented from
#first [DHCP-RANGE] options (if IP falls in any range), other
#options will be supplemented from [DHCP-OPTIONS].

[00:41:42:41:42:00]
#This is a client with MAC addr 00:41:42:41:42:00
IP=192.168.0.200
#No other options specified for this client
#For non BOOPT requests, Missing Options will be supplemented from first [RANGE_SET]
#options, if IP falls in any range. and other missing would be added from [GLOBAL_OPTIONS].

[00:41:42:41:42:05]
#This is a client with MAC addr 00:41:42:41:42:05
IP=192.168.0.211
#DHCP will offer following hostname to this client
;HostName=TestHost
#For example, you can specify DNS Servers, Routers separately for this client
;DomainServer=10.5.6.90, 11.4.5.6
;Router=11.5.6.7, 4.6.7.34
;NETBIOSNodeType=8
#AddressTime can be different for this client
#AddressTime here should be < AddressTime given under [TIMINGS]
#specify 0 for infinity.AddressTime
;AddressTime=360000

[00:ff:a4:0e:ef:d5]
#this is an example for MacOsX network boot, client specific options
#for client having MAC addr 00:ff:a4:0e:ef:d5
IP=10.10.0.12
#you can omit the comments, these are for guidance only
#Next Server (TFTP Boot Server) and Boot File can be different for this client
;BootFileName=pxelinux.0
;BootFileSize=255
;RootPath="/"
;ExtensionFile="/linux/"
;NextServer=192.168.0.1
#option mac-nc-client-unknown
;220=00:00:00:00
#option mac-nc-client-id
;221=4D:61:63:20:4E:43:20:23:38
#option mac-username
;232="bootuser"
#option mac-password
;233="bootpassword"
#option mac-machine-name
;237=myComputer
#option mac-client-nb-img
;238="\opt\isv\boot\image.bin"

#Following hosts will never get an IP
#from this server as no IP is specified
[ff:00:27:78:7b:01]
[ff:00:27:78:7b:02]
[ff:00:27:78:7b:03]
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Por fin, LUZZZ!
Gracias Nicoll

Llevo desde agosto a oscuras, provando DNS , alta en servidores y nada. El problema era Robafone, tiene activado un DNS de seguridad en los routers con version anterior a la 3.2.
Yo segui las sugerencias de blimey79, llame a vodafone , solicite que me actualizaran el firmware y desconectaran la seguridad del DNS,
volver a entrar en el router una vez actualizado y seguir los pasos que indica dany30es (copio su mensaje):

1º, entras en router, pones en mi caso 192.168.0.1 pones usuario y contraseña y lo pones en modo experto en la parte superior derecha.
2º, le damos a la pestaña INTERNET.
3º, en la parte izquierda le damos a DNS & DDNS.
4º, y en seguridad DNS lo desactivamos.
Bajamos y le damos a aplicar.

Reiniciamos deco y........   luz.

Gracias a Todos por vuestros aportes sin los cuales nunca abría visto amanecer
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Hola janen, ¿estás seguro de que la IP del ordenador es siempre 192.168.0.156? Puede ser que cuando configuraste el DualServer la IP fuera esa (seguramente asignada por DHCP), pero puede que te haya cambiado. Prueba a asignarle una IP estática en las propiedades de la tarjeta de red y la sustituyes en el fichero.
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cambiando la dns en newbielink:http://tv.sistemas01.com/activar.php#logindns [nonactive] me funciona gracias
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Por fin, LUZZZ!
Gracias Nicoll

Llevo desde agosto a oscuras, provando DNS , alta en servidores y nada. El problema era Robafone, tiene activado un DNS de seguridad en los routers con version anterior a la 3.2.
Yo segui las sugerencias de blimey79, llame a vodafone , solicite que me actualizaran el firmware y desconectaran la seguridad del DNS,
volver a entrar en el router una vez actualizado y seguir los pasos que indica dany30es (copio su mensaje):

1º, entras en router, pones en mi caso 192.168.0.1 pones usuario y contraseña y lo pones en modo experto en la parte superior derecha.
2º, le damos a la pestaña INTERNET.
3º, en la parte izquierda le damos a DNS & DDNS.
4º, y en seguridad DNS lo desactivamos.
Bajamos y le damos a aplicar.

Reiniciamos deco y........   luz.

Gracias a Todos por vuestros aportes sin los cuales nunca abría visto amanecer

GRACIAS. Tras meses de oscuridad y luz puntual gracias al CCAM... vuelta a la LUZ ABSOLUTA
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mil gracias por el trabajo que haceis luz total esperemos que dure mucho
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Hola janen, ¿estás seguro de que la IP del ordenador es siempre 192.168.0.156? Puede ser que cuando configuraste el DualServer la IP fuera esa (seguramente asignada por DHCP), pero puede que te haya cambiado. Prueba a asignarle una IP estática en las propiedades de la tarjeta de red y la sustituyes en el fichero.

Si si la IP es la misma porque esta puesta ya en estática a través de la tarjeta de red. Lo curioso es que me salen subtitulos pero no la imagen ni el sonido, de ahí que no encuentre el fallo o el porque.
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Si si la IP es la misma porque esta puesta ya en estática a través de la tarjeta de red. Lo curioso es que me salen subtitulos pero no la imagen ni el sonido, de ahí que no encuentre el fallo o el porque.

Pon la cabecera del log a ver si t podemos ayudar
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[15-Oct-17 22:49:15] Dual DHCP DNS Server Version 7.30 Windows Build 7037 Starting...
[15-Oct-17 22:49:15] Starting DNS Service
[15-Oct-17 22:49:15] DNS Logging: All
[15-Oct-17 22:49:15] Server Name: Janen_4
[15-Oct-17 22:49:15] Domain Name: workgroup
[15-Oct-17 22:49:15] Default Host Expiry: 36000 (sec)
[15-Oct-17 22:49:15] Default Forwarding Server: 8.8.8.8
[15-Oct-17 22:49:15] Default Forwarding Server: 8.8.4.4
[15-Oct-17 22:49:15] DNS Service Permitted Hosts: 192.168.0.1-192.168.255.254
[15-Oct-17 22:49:15] DNS Service Permitted Hosts: 1.0.0.1-255.255.255.254
[15-Oct-17 22:49:15] DNS Service Permitted Hosts: 192.168.0.154-192.168.0.154
[15-Oct-17 22:49:15] Detecting Static Interfaces..
[15-Oct-17 22:49:15] Listening On: 192.168.0.156
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[15-Oct-17 22:49:15] Dual DHCP DNS Server Version 7.30 Windows Build 7037 Starting...
[15-Oct-17 22:49:15] Starting DNS Service
[15-Oct-17 22:49:15] DNS Logging: All
[15-Oct-17 22:49:15] Server Name: Janen_4
[15-Oct-17 22:49:15] Domain Name: workgroup
[15-Oct-17 22:49:15] Default Host Expiry: 36000 (sec)
[15-Oct-17 22:49:15] Default Forwarding Server: 8.8.8.8
[15-Oct-17 22:49:15] Default Forwarding Server: 8.8.4.4
[15-Oct-17 22:49:15] DNS Service Permitted Hosts: 192.168.0.1-192.168.255.254
[15-Oct-17 22:49:15] DNS Service Permitted Hosts: 1.0.0.1-255.255.255.254
[15-Oct-17 22:49:15] DNS Service Permitted Hosts: 192.168.0.154-192.168.0.154
[15-Oct-17 22:49:15] Detecting Static Interfaces..
[15-Oct-17 22:49:15] Listening On: 192.168.0.156

No hay consulta del deco. Has abierto puerto 53 en el ordenador? (alguien mas arriba hablaba del router pero no, hay q abrirlo en el firewall de windows). Los dominios q se resuelven funcionan para firm sept 2016, es el que tienes?
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hola chicos , alquien puede explicar como se hizo para que vuelva luz , no hay forma de registrar en esa pagina gracias, esta en mantenemiento
« Última modificación: 15/10/2017, 23:52 por samuel112 »
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hola chicos , alquien puede explicar como se hizo para que vuelva luz , no hay forma de registrar en esa pagina gracias, esta en mantenemiento

http://tv.sistemas01.com/index.html#logindns [nofollow]

Clica en Servicio DNS y luego en crear una nueva cuenta.

[NOTICIAS] : Ahora ya "PUEDES VERLO TODO" con el LUNIX3 4K y LUNIX

 

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