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

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  1. cookiemonste

    cookiemonste Regular 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 Regular 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..
     
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    Scritty Elite Member Premium Member

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    ^^^^^^^^^^^ Without more knowledge this is most likely.
     
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    souldetective Regular Member

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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?