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n1581j

@184.21.15.x
reply to DrStrangLov

Re: OK Exede

It's on. Makes no difference


cyberwiz1994

@myvzw.com
Same DNS problem here.. no connection even after all troubleshooting steps. This is a joke... been going on for a few days now. I live in Ohio, and have Exede.


Ohioblue

@mycingular.net
Also in ohio same issue. Just started yesterday. Noticed first just logging into facebook. Youtube or any site like that is great.

DrStrangLov

join:2012-03-28
kudos:1
reply to n1581j
Shutdown all computers (and devices feeding off router), then shut down router, wait several minutes, then shut down SB2 modem, and wait several minutes.

Power up SB2 modem, and wait until all three lights are solid, not blinking, then power up router. When fourth light is lit solid, then power up your other devices (computer, laptop, etc).


n1581J

@184.21.15.x
NO Router involved, that was the first thing I removed from the equation. It shouldn't matter though because all routers are basically built to the same set of specifications, it shouldn't matter if one is from D-link, another from TP-Link and so on. Some can do more but it's the same set of international specs to which manufacturers comply. Lets face it, there are only a couple of comms chip manufacturers they all use.

Funny thing happened when I walked away from the mailbox last evening. Amongst the post was a postcard from Wildblue saying my credit card has just about expired, which it did at midnight last night, and would I like to go the the www.wildblue.com/myaccount to input the new details. Now here's the laugh and I do say laugh. "I have been trying or should I say attempting", to go into the Wildblue site and ALL the others at which I have accounts to update ever since I got the new card last monday 11/26/2012. "ALL" are secure sites and "ALL" fall over as did "www.wildblue/myaccount". Opera did provide a nice track report, lengthy, but in the end the problem was the remote server failing to respond which in this case was Wildblue. If one site should work, I would of expected this to be it. See what I mean about laugh!

I am still smiling, my other half has lost hers.


n1581j

@184.21.15.x
reply to Ohioblue
Just another thought which raises a question.

"I was doing a Google search of; "dns problems at Exede". Google search's being non-secure, work!

I found one post referenced and clicked on it to see more information. It took me to Wildblue's own forum. Didn't even know they had one. Never went to the WB site in over 3 years.

Anyway, thats not the point. What is, is a message popped up saying my IP address was "denied" access to this site. Not me, my IP address because being a regstered user with a login and password to Wildblue I should be able to login. In this case it wouldn't let me login nor get past "my IP is denied", before falling over. Is this a clue to the problem I ask myself

DrStrangLov

join:2012-03-28
kudos:1
said by n1581j :

wouldn't let me login nor get past "my IP is denied"

If using a program like Opera in Turbo mode, there's a good chance Wildblue's site, like many other web sites (forums, etc) have locked down Opera's IP addresses.

Can you list ten sites that can not be accessed? Full URL, pls!

Is it consistent, always happening?


eyenthesky

@ptd.net
I'm in NE PA...same problem here. Cannot load secure sites- gmail, yahoo mail, netflix, etc. Once it's https, it times out.

DrStrangLov

join:2012-03-28
kudos:1
said by eyenthesky :

Once it's https, it times out

I heard recently, if using Windows, to open up your Network Connection box. Then when server not found message happens...Click on "Disable this network device." Then wait about 5 seconds, and click on "Enable this network device". And try again.

I've never heard of "https" only events, as in all of them don't come up.

Did you try Opera in Turbo mode?

DrStrangLov

join:2012-03-28
kudos:1
reply to eyenthesky
said by eyenthesky :

secure sites- gmail, yahoo mail, netflix, etc. Once it's https, it times out.

From another post, dump all of your cookies; my browser is configured to dump them all, including LSOs, when closed.


n1581j

@184.20.38.x
I have cleared/deleted/disallowed cookies multiple times daily

A virgin build also, never having connected previously doesn't have cookies either 1st or 3rd party.

I did this early am about 4.03am exactly manage to get to the Wildblue forum, again it wouldn't allow me to do anything except read, no login, no post.

DrStrangLov

join:2012-03-28
kudos:1
said by n1581j :

I have cleared/deleted/disallowed cookies multiple times daily

1. All Check Marks Green Here: »192.168.100.1

2. Windows Seven in DOS box:

a. ipconfig /flushdns

b. Try a site that does not work

c. If site does not come up, use this command:

ipconfig /displaydns

Can you copy/paste results here? Upper left corner, click on it, go to Edit---Select All---Enter Key...then paste in notepad.