Originally Posted by Hawker
It wouldn't be a corrupt dns as such. Your router doesn't have a dns database to corrupt in the first place. Your routers dns is simply an address (or addresses) to a dns server on the internet. Its this server that resolves all your ip requests that go through your router. So there could be an issue with the dns server that your individual router has been configured to use. Configuring another dns server into your router could solve the problem.This is one possibility to the problem you're having, as is your routers firewall. Finding another router to go through will tell us for sure.
so the server dns changed and yet my router did not? i mean the dns given from my isp