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Might sound off the wall, but check with any neighbors and see if they're having issues too.
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404 isnt found, which could mean your ISP dns is screwed up (redirecting him to one of their internal pages, like a signup page but thats broke so its not authenicating therefore not restoring his internet, what do other people think?) < had that with virgin *sigh*


Try this
open a cmd wind then run
ping google.com

See if you get something along the lines of google.com() replyed with ttl blah youve still got interbet conectivity, if it says timed out maybe not

then try

nslookup google.com
nslookup overclock.net


It should return Differnt IP addresses for the answer, if it doesnet theres ya problem smile.gif (will post how to do it if it is if not hmm)
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post #23 of 34
Quote:
Originally Posted by Ulquiorra View Post

404 isnt found, which could mean your ISP dns is screwed up (redirecting him to one of their internal pages, like a signup page but thats broke so its not authenicating therefore not restoring his internet, what do other people think?) < had that with virgin *sigh*


Try this
open a cmd wind then run
ping google.com

See if you get something along the lines of google.com() replyed with ttl blah youve still got interbet conectivity, if it says timed out maybe not

then try

nslookup google.com
nslookup overclock.net


It should return Differnt IP addresses for the answer, if it doesnet theres ya problem smile.gif (will post how to do it if it is if not hmm)
Only person in this thread for now giving sound advice.

I want to add that if you ping google.com and do not get a reply, try to do:

ping 173.194.41.165

If this gives you a reply, it means your DNS settings are messed up.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Ulquiorra View Post

404 isnt found, which could mean your ISP dns is screwed up (redirecting him to one of their internal pages, like a signup page but thats broke so its not authenicating therefore not restoring his internet, what do other people think?) < had that with virgin *sigh*


Try this
open a cmd wind then run
ping google.com

See if you get something along the lines of google.com() replyed with ttl blah youve still got interbet conectivity, if it says timed out maybe not

then try

nslookup google.com
nslookup overclock.net


It should return Differnt IP addresses for the answer, if it doesnet theres ya problem smile.gif (will post how to do it if it is if not hmm)

Pinging google appeared to reply as if I have internet connection.

For both of the "nslookup", it says: "DNS request timed out. timeout was 2 seconds" 5 times. Then, "*** Request to Unknown timed out".
post #25 of 34
Quote:
Originally Posted by Panduh View Post

Pinging google appeared to reply as if I have internet connection.

For both of the "nslookup", it says: "DNS request timed out. timeout was 2 seconds" 5 times. Then, "*** Request to Unknown timed out".

Pinging google.com or pinging 173.194.41.165?

I find it strange that you were able to ping google and then nslookup gave you that error. I would not find it strange at all if you could ping 173.194.41.165 and nslookup gave you that error.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by riahc3 View Post

Only person in this thread for now giving sound advice.

I want to add that if you ping google.com and do not get a reply, try to do:

ping 173.194.41.165

If this gives you a reply, it means your DNS settings are messed up.

I recieved "request timed out" 4 times.
post #27 of 34
Quote:
Originally Posted by Panduh View Post

I recieved "request timed out" 4 times.
Please clearify exactlty what you are doing each step....

Because here you state:
Quote:
Originally Posted by Panduh View Post

Pinging google appeared to reply as if I have internet connection.

For both of the "nslookup", it says: "DNS request timed out. timeout was 2 seconds" 5 times. Then, "*** Request to Unknown timed out".

And I suppose that you are doing

ping google.com


yet when you do

ping 173.194.41.165


It:
Quote:
Originally Posted by Panduh View Post

I recieved "request timed out" 4 times.


If you can ping google.com, I can almost 100% tell you, you will be able to ping 173.194.41.165
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That's what I was doing frown.gif
post #29 of 34
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The problem was something on my ISP's side, and had now been fixed. Thank you for your help smile.gif
post #30 of 34
Quote:
Originally Posted by Panduh View Post

The problem was something on my ISP's side, and had now been fixed. Thank you for your help smile.gif

That's why you should check with your neighbors to see if they're having issues too.
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