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Hello,

First of all thanks for all the good information and help you people provide us with. I am trying to follow the intstructions from the link you all put up on the preventing malware guide by using opendns but i cant figure out how to open my preferences for my router and the other method says to open properties of my local area connection but when i click properties on my local area connection in the control panel it says unexpected error has occured. I followed Microsofts advice on it but it did not help, they said to reregister some .dll files. Any advice would be greatly appreciated.

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What kind of router is it?
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i got it from comcast its an arris tm502g
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This is just a modem, not a router.

If there is an interface you can get into, you would need to contact Comcast for the user name and password to login to it.

Or you can purchase a router and set static DNS settings there.
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