Can't run Mocha since yesterday with "update proof" DNS

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  1. pasionporelrojo
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    Hi, I've been running Mocha for 3-4 days without any problem, but since yesterday I can't run Mocha with the"update proof" DNS (107.211.140.065 and some other ones that also block Nintendo servers).
    I get the 112-1006 error and can't start Mocha. If I switch to regular DNS it starts without any problem.

    Anyone else having issues with these "Nintendo servers proof" DNS?

    Thanks :)
     
  2. Marko76

    Marko76 GBAtemp Psycho!

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    The dns servers you are using have been taken down you need to use another set of dns blockers. Use 035.164.240.189 & 168.235.092.108
     
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    Tyvm for the answer :)
    Is there any web or link for me to future check if DNS are down and see the new ones?
     
  4. Marko76

    Marko76 GBAtemp Psycho!

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    Yes it's called gbatemp.net lol we had a few threads about it yesterday but I guess you missed them.
     
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    Yep, I missed them. Ty, I'm gonna try to find them :)
     
  6. nexusmtz

    nexusmtz GBAtemp Maniac

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    http://loadiine.ovh displays the recommended servers and their status. Check it from your PC if your WiiU doesn't display the Loadiine.ovh home page.
     
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    Tyvm, this is just what I was looking for for future DNS problems [​IMG]
     
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