To get to the chase:
A certain website that me and my dad go on won't load on any browser with our internet connection. The problem only happens when connected to our internet connection and it works elsewhere (ex. using iPhone 3G data, university library). Since there are abundant amount of reasons why a webpage won't load, I think I narrowed it down to a specific problem after reading a few pages of websites on Google.
So what seems to be causing the problem is:
...occurs when viewing the same site over a router from more that one computer or application at the same time for a period of time. This activates something in the server software that puts your IP address on a so called "BAND LIST". Your web hosting company will not be able to correct it because they don't know what is going on because they can see that it is working fine from their point of view.
The explanation is useful, but the solution was to get a new router. Of course, there must be an easier way to fix it without buying a new router...which is why I need you guys to help if you can.