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erik567

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The Websites that i cannot get onto are imagebucket and d2jsp.org, but my friends can, and i use to be able to get onto them like 4 days ago.

Also, I cannot connect to irc.dclone.org. (www.mIRC.com)

It was up yesterday, and is up today, but i get this message:
Connect retry #46 irc.dclone.org (6667)
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* Unable to connect to server (Connection timed out)

I logged onto a diff server and everything was fine, i know it is up because one of my friends just went on it.

I also did the /dns command and got.

* Dns resolving irc.dclone.org
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* Dns resolved irc.dclone.org to 216.152.67.232

Any help?
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If you're connecting to the internet on a broadband connection via a router, some routers have a habit of deciding that they don't want to play any more until you switch them off and on again. This can include refusing to connect you to certain sites.

So reboot your router if it applies to you.

Edited by Neil Jones, 06 October 2005 - 04:17 PM.

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im computer illitirate, so how would i reset it?
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Pull the plug out and plug it in again :tazz:
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actually, it just started working w/out a reset, weird but awesome! tyanyway
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