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Solved: Unable to access certain sites - Virgin Media Re: Unable to access certain sites. on 17-07-2019 12:44 This sounds for all the world as if the Websafe filters are actually on for your account, it works by modifying the DNS lookups and unfortunately the messages which actually pop up on the web pages you try to visit are certainly not clear or concise. I can't access some websites why? - Ask Leo! Apr 15, 2006 Unable to access certain websites, either slow or Unable to access certain websites, either slow or completely failing. 12/20/2019 1230 23907. DESCRIPTION: Unable to access certain websites, either slow or completely failing. RESOLUTION: Check MTU settings on the WAN interface(s). An incorrect MTU is the most common cause of web browsing issues through SonicWall UTM appliances.
“Can’t access” is a difficult phrase. Do you mean it just never comes up? Let’s say your website is on ISP A. I’m assuming your site comes up on ISP A, to whom you are connected. But now you’re trying to connect from ISP B. In a simple scenario IS
Cannot to Connect to Certain Websites in Windows 10. When you are unable to connect to certain website on your computer, you will come across the following messages, depending on the type of web browser that you are using on your computer. Google Chrome – “Unable to connect to Internet”. Internet Explorer – “This Page cannot be
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• Test to see if you can access the webpage on another device or PC, and if possible, another Wi-Fi network to rule out a problem with the page itself. (The smart phone Internet browser is based on Chrome. If the Chrome browser in the PC cannot open a certain webpage, Android Chrome will … Cannot access certain websites - Windows 10 Support Aug 10, 2017 Why can I not access certain web sites? - Ask Leo! Then i read at the bottom bit of the page saying that certain secure websites require you to have SSL 2.0,3.0 and TLS 1.0 for access. I checked my Internet Options and ticked ‘Use TLS 1.0’ which was unchecked by default. Why can't my laptop open certain websites? - TechRepublic