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#1 ingjuanrodz

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Posted 14 July 2009 - 08:06 AM

I was able to enter to one page where you download a book throught a subscription program. Using my location and my DSL router i was able to enter a few times and download it, but now i cannot access that web page. If i change location, i.e. at home, i can access the page.

What is causing this and how can i solve it?
I am using Firefox, and as a matter of fact if i use ultrasurf i can get to the site.

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Posted 16 July 2009 - 02:42 PM

From the limited information you have given us it appears that where ever you are that you cannot see the page. They have blocked access to that page. This is due to the fact you can see it 'at home' or by using a proxy. So for whatever reason you are being blocked.

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