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Can't access company website from some computers

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#1 m.hoyer


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Posted 06 May 2009 - 10:16 AM

We have a small network connected to the Internet through a single DSL router. We've recently had some issues with accessing our own external website - the site was hacked, but has been restored - but now some computers within the network can't access the site, but others can. Any suggestions as to how this might be corrected?

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Posted 07 May 2009 - 10:20 AM

you might try the following:

flush the dns cache on the computers that can't see the website (ipconfig /flushdns from command prompt)
ping the website from the computers (ping www.yourwebsite.com from command prompt) if its a dns issue you may have to get the actual ip from one of your other computers that can see the website
you can also take a look at the hosts file but let's see if the other 2 help any...
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