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Unable to browse website that uses port 7070


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#1 mrbungle

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Posted 02 February 2017 - 06:22 PM

Hey everyone.

My parents changed their ISP and now they are using a Huawei E5377 WiFi hotspot to get wifi from 3G.

 

Ever since that change, they haven't been able to browse the following website: 

http://webservices.laholando.com:7070/holandonet/hnt_login.html

 

Which they need to use because of their business.

 

No matter what computer we use to try enter the site, we get a Connection Reset error.

 

Does anyone know what we can try?

I have tried to telnet that same site on port 7070 and the connection was successful so I am at a loss since that would probably discard a blocked port as the cause of this.

 

It would be pretty cool if someone knew about that hotspot and showed me a way to get logs out of it or something :/

Thanks in advance.



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#2 mrbungle

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Posted 14 August 2017 - 06:47 AM

Going back to our previous ISP fixed this, so it was either that hotspot (which had no customization whatsoever) blocking that port or the ISP itself, just in case anyone cares.



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Posted 14 August 2017 - 07:39 AM

Have You tried without 7070, ie simply

http://webservices.laholando.com/holandonet/hnt_login.html



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Posted 14 August 2017 - 08:26 AM

Have You tried without 7070, ie simply

http://webservices.laholando.com/holandonet/hnt_login.html

 

Yep, we had tried and it redirected you to that port as soon as you entered the login credentials.






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