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Errors when trying to log in or access log in pages


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#1 Windbrand1

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Posted 25 August 2016 - 12:19 PM

I'm having a very weird problem, I don't really know what's the issue but I do know the symptoms:

 

- I'm unable to log into a few MMO websites, such as forums and support portals (but I can actually log into the game through launcher). Any attempt to log in will result in either "page not found", some kind of error message (like "something went wrong"), "page timed out", or "too many redirects"

- I'm also unable to access the login page on some MMO sites, Google Chrome simply gives "this site can't be reached. XX.com took too long to respond"

- Trying the ping the sites in CMD will give "request timed out", with 100% packet loss

 

There is nothing wrong with these websites nor are they under maintenance, because my friends are able to access them. Same error across all browsers/devices. I'm able to access them if I switch to cellular data, which indicates something wrong with my network connection.

 

Anyone know what might be wrong with my connection? I've already tried setting TCP/IP v4 DNS server address to "8/8/8/8" and "8/8/4/4" but didn't work. DNS flush didn't work either, nor did setting MTU to 1480 instead of 1500.

 

Edit: I'm on wifi.


Edited by Windbrand1, 25 August 2016 - 08:17 PM.


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#2 Trikein

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Posted 25 August 2016 - 04:32 PM

What browser are you using? Have you tried Chrome? My guess is a problem with SSL. Check to make sure your OS is up to date and that your system clock is correct.



#3 Windbrand1

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Posted 25 August 2016 - 06:18 PM

It happens on all browsers even mobile. System clock is correct.






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