Amazon Fire TV

First you need to find the IP if your router. Please use the appropriate method below and note down the IP of your router.
Find Router IP on Windows

Open up the program command prompt
Type “ipconfig” without the quotes and press enter
The IP address from default gateway is most likely the IP address of your router

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Windows Vista

Open the Control Panel by clicking on the Start button
Then click on Network and Internet
Click on Network and Sharing Center
Click on Manage network connections

Depending on how your computer is connected to the Internet click either Local Area Connection or Wireless Network Connection ​if you are connected via Wi-Fi

Uncheck the Internet Protocol Version 6 (TCP/IPv6)
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Open up System Preferences and find Network under Internet & Wireless

Then select either Wi-Fi or Ethernet depending on the method you use to connect to the Internet.

Once selected click the advanced button on the lower right hand side
Then select DNS
Click the small plus on the lower left hand side
Remove any other DNS address
Click OK
Then […]

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Windows XP

Open up Control Panel ->Network Connections and select your active network connection.
Click on Properties, and then select Internet Protocol (TCP/IP).
Click on Properties.
A new window will open – select “Use the following DNS server addresses” and enter the DNS servers in the spaces provided: and
Click ok
Restart your computer​

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First step of troubleshooting should always be to restart device(s) and router. Then check your account status in your account home. You should always see 3 green check marks if the device you are using to visit the account home is set up correctly.

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Right-click on the Network Icon (found at top-right panel by default) and click on Edit Connections
Select your connection and click edit.
Choose IPv4 Settings
Change the Method to Automatic (DHCP) addresses only.
Set DNS servers to and
Click Save and reboot.

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