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Failed To Connect To Web Server
Posted 23 February 2007 - 01:15 AM
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Posted 23 February 2007 - 01:57 AM
Just to be basic,
a. Are you using any type of firewalls? If so, it can cause a page to not load, then refresh it and it'll load.
b. It could be connection problems between your isp and the target server.
c. It could be that the server you're trying to connect to is having issues. If it's happening on more than one web site, then you have a connection issue, and it could be your isp as the problem.
I don't know which browser you use, but if you are using Firefox, and you're using ShowIp, just go to your command prompt:
Click on the Start button............
Then click on Run.....................
Then type in cmd in the area.. then click the OK button..................
It'll bring up a command screen (DOS window).............................
While in there just type ipconfig /all ....... it'll list every network connection you have.. (just for future references)
after you do that, just type ping xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx
xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx = ip address you're trying to connect to. ......... or
domain-name.com (the name of the domain) DO NOT use http://www. or similar. Just the domain name and the extension example, .com, .org, .net, .biz, etc..
It'll inform you if it's connecting to the ip address/domain or not.
1. How long has this problem been happening?
Also, clear out your cache, cookies and whatever else you may know that could be interfering with your connection. Which means, temporarily turning off your firewalls and other programs that block web sites. Make sure to check your Windows Firewall, and if you're using another one (highly suggested) make sure the Windows Firewall is turned off.
Posted 23 February 2007 - 02:27 AM
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