08-02-2012 03:56 PM
I'm curious about Comcast DNSSEC, but I don't want to install Constant Guard. Is it possible to utilize DNSSEC without Constant Guard?
You bet. No need to install anything to be covered by DNSSEC. As long as you use the DNS IPs assigned via DHCP you are covered. :-)
See also http://www.dnssec.comcast.net
06-15-2013 08:12 PM
Is there a way to disable dnssec? Various websites overseas that I can connect to over my mobile connection with ATT Wireless are unavailable with Comcast.
I remember in years past comcast had the horrible domain helper which block much of the internet. At least I could disable it.
DNSSEC is blocking several websites. How do I get around this? I'm considering manually assigning my DNS servers to public ones. I would prefer not to.
06-17-2013 11:49 AM
You can manually disable the DNSSEC from Constant Guard Protection Service (CGPS), by clicking on the Options tab from the CGPS dashboard. Then, click on "Set DNS Lock Protection," and toggle the switch from "Auto" to "Off." The switch will only be an option if you are behind a Comcast modem. If you set it to "Off," it will stay in the "Off" mode.
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