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Hi

My desktop is wired to netgear wifi extender.

On some days i cannot open https web sites only http.
So basically it affects ALL website that begins with https, such as Hotmail, yahoo, etc. Any website that begin with https, I cannot open on my browser (I tested with 3 different browser, IE, Chrome, Mozilla).

The problem happens usually randomly. One day it would works fine all the time. But the next day when I turn on the PC, the problems occurs again.
I have not connected other PC via wire to the extender since I only have one PC.

So the only way to fix it is by rebooting the extender. I did the hard reset 2x on the extender but no luck. I know that it got nothing to do with my PC, because when I connect my PC to the main Nighthawk Router (latest firmware) it is 100% fine all the time. So it's got to be the extender that is blocking it?

It's pretty irritating in having to constantly reboot to fix it.

Does anyone have any sugggestion?
post #2 of 4
Check your clock.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by beers View Post

Check your clock.

Clock? As in time?
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Originally Posted by Granzon View Post

Clock? As in time?

Correct.

If your system time doesnt match the time that the security certificate indicates(or vice versa) your will get all kinds of connection errors.
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