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Okay, this sound pretty strange to me. I can access a couple of web sites in one location but not another (geographic) here while I am in NYC this week? When I try at one location it just spins and then says not available. When I run the check in my Windows 7 system it says everything is confiured right but these specific locations aren't responding? Sorry for the stupic question but it is a real one. Thanks

asked Nov 10 '12 at 06:40

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Heinrich Klinge

I'm not to clear on what you are having trouble with. Are websites not loading while you are in NYC, but they are loading while you are at home? Or is it folders on your hard drive that you can't access?

By spinning up, are you referring to your hard drive or web browser?

(Nov 10 '12 at 14:14) grooveDexter grooveDexter's gravatar image

yeah ... dear your question in not so clear to ans upon... i didnt get that either you are having problem with the geographical issue, Ip issue or internet issue

(Nov 11 '12 at 03:33) xaadimian xaadimian's gravatar image

sounds like DNS problem. more information needed.

(Nov 11 '12 at 10:26) jgnetworksecurity jgnetworksecurity's gravatar image

Probably a bad Internet connection in the second location.


answered Dec 06 '12 at 15:27

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