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Old 08-18-2006, 11:17 PM   #1
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I have Qwest DSL. This is an odd problem, I will explain it:

On three different computers on my network I cannot view the webpage ( tried Firefox and IE). None of them use firewalls or anything. I even tried it on OSX, still no go.

Then, I tried it on my dad's work computer, which still uses the same Qwest service, but he connects through a VPN. He can view the website.

That is the only possible different I can think of between my dads computer and the 3 others. They all go through the same modem.

The website is www.bellumaeternus.com

Any help is appreciated!

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It appears that something on your network is blocking the site. I can access it. Have you checked your router configuration? That's the common link for all the machines.

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Yes there are no settings blocking the site. I thought I eliminated the router problem because my dads computer uses the same router as well.

Any more ideas?
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If you're dad is using a VPN, he had a tunnel through the router, and restrictions on the router would not affect his browsing. I'm assuming that the VPN is active here.
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