"Why does routerlogin.net is resolving externally? The router doesn't go about as a DNS server however they'll frequently go about as DNS intermediary. They give out their own IP that is in DHCP as the DNS server and after this, they'll return around and hit the genuine DNS servers. In the event that it's doing this, at that point, you should resolve the nearby names. Check IP config, and check whether the DHCP server and the default entryway have a similar IP address. On the off chance that not, at that point enter ""server Router_IP"" at the order brief and have a go at finding it on google. Check in the event that it works, at that point presumably, you need to set your router settings and give its own IP as the DNS server that is not checked.