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My site doesn't load on my home network but does everywhere else. HELP ME!

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by cookiemonste, Aug 11, 2012.

  1. cookiemonste

    cookiemonste Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    I have a website that will load on my phone and any other computer thats not connected to my network but won't load at my house. Here is what I've tried:


    1. Changed DNS Servers to Google's
    2. Factory reset router
    3. Disabled all firewalls
    4. Reset router and modem
    5. Reset computer

    The website will load when I plug my computer directly into my modem. Do you guys have any ideas.
     
  2. Sui<3

    Sui<3 Registered Member

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    Are you able to resolve the domain name? (Run -> "cmd" -> "nslookup mywebsite.com")
    Are you able to ping your websites ip? (Run -> "cmd" -> "ping 12.34.56.78")
     
  3. cookiemonste

    cookiemonste Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    When I try to ping it it says request timed out
     
  4. Sui<3

    Sui<3 Registered Member

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    Maybe your router is filtering it? Or routing it wrong? Hard to say from remote..
     
  5. Scritty

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    ^^^^^^^^^^^ Without more knowledge this is most likely.
     
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    if you have a network at home. just add websites in Trusted websites. if all of your websites are on a same network just add the IP of your server in trusted websites. it will work.
     
  7. cookiemonste

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    Wouldn't factory resetting the router have fixed this problem?
     
  8. Dfawlt

    Dfawlt Newbie

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    I'm having this same problem and tearing my hair out.

    Connecting directly to the modem solves the problem. Also I used a secondary router and it worked briefly and now doesn't.

    Both routers have been factory resetted to no avail.

    Did you find a solution cookiemonste?