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URGENT! I can't access your site/my sites from my home!

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by Wings[SENSE], Jul 5, 2012.

  1. Wings[SENSE]

    Wings[SENSE] Regular Member

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    Since yesterday I can't access my hosting company site along with my 2 business websites. I can't even check my emails and it's really stressing me out as I have clients waiting for update, bills to send/pay, etc. I didn't touch any setting on my router/firewall and I didn't install anything new so I really don't know what is causing this issue.

    I can access the sites without a problem if I'm anywhere else. It also works if I use a proxy but I don't want to use a proxy forever... So far I resetted my router/modem, desactivated my antivirus/firewall, flushed my current DNS, contacted my ISP and nothing worked. :(

    Hopefully there are some BHWers that can help me. Thanks a lot!
     
  2. necro

    necro Regular Member

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    make this

    ping 8.8.8.8 and tracert 8.8.8.8

    This will check if you come out of the lan at all, if you dont the problem is your network.

    If you do come out the problem is your ISP or proxy Settings.

    Greetz
     
  3. Wings[SENSE]

    Wings[SENSE] Regular Member

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    I'm not sure to understand what you mean by "if you do come out"? I just did it and everything seemed to be good.
     
  4. necro

    necro Regular Member

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    Coming out of your own network.

    What is your dns at the moment?

    ipconfig /all
     
  5. Wings[SENSE]

    Wings[SENSE] Regular Member

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    192.168.0.1
     
  6. JustLearningTheRopes

    JustLearningTheRopes Registered Member

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    Contact your hosting company and let them know your IP address that is being blocked and tell them to please "White List" that IP. I use to have that problem with one of my hosting companies. They would tell me every time I contacted them that it was something on my side but once I would tell them to "White List" it then magically it would start working again. Nonetheless I dropped that host. Just got fed up with them.

    Hope that it works for you.

     
  7. Wings[SENSE]

    Wings[SENSE] Regular Member

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    Thanks a lot! I just sent them an e-mail regarding this. I'm also dropping them after this is resolved. I had way too much problems with them
     
  8. babyblues

    babyblues Registered Member

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    We had the same ... After 1 day thinking and assuming they had banned us, we realized they applied an IP registration which expires every 2 day. Now we have to (re)visit our dashboard every two day to register our IP and access FTP, email. Was and still pretty annoying...