For several years, remotely, from here in the UK, I manage the IT in two locations of south-west Turkey.
I therefore have remote access to the main admin login pages of two routers. Or, more accurately, DID HAVE. In addition to this, several ports were forwarded to provide certain services.
Approx 10 days ago 3/11/17, within 2 hours of each other, access to both routers appear to have been blocked... two separate locations, (but within 3 miles of each other), two different routers brands... but same ISP (TTnet).
I have 'Teamviewed' in, which works fine, checked all router settings and all are confirmed unchanged and intact. However, still no access.
Both routers have dynamic IPs which continue to update fine and as usual approx every 2-3 days.
I have even tried changing the default port 80 to something different, with no success.
So, my perhaps obvious question is... anyone any idea why? !!!
I have searched and searched the Internet for similar questions or comments, especially regarding TTnet, to no avail. Unfortunately, it is not feasible for me to speak or email TTnet directly for a reason, neither is it possible to ask 'non-IT' Turkish nationals to ask on my behalf.
So any ideas please? I should also have said, that telnet fails on both too, although set within each router, also Dyndns updates working fine as above.