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  Reply # 177735 13-Nov-2008 10:34
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Nope, this is not the site. It could be something with international links, since we have some Google scripts there. I would say your browser is waiting on something else... If you right-clic and select View Source and can see the whole source to </HTML> then we served the page - some other host is causing the problem.




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  Reply # 177737 13-Nov-2008 10:50
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seems to be OK on IE but firefox I keep on getting kicked off.


 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 177740 13-Nov-2008 10:53
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Try adding the following line to your hosts file:

127.0.0.1 view.atdmt.com

It seems this atdmt host server is timing out for some New Zealand connections. I won't be getting ads from them anymore.




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  Reply # 177751 13-Nov-2008 11:14
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OK on firefox now, thanks MF

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  Reply # 177755 13-Nov-2008 11:36
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On TC here as well and was noticing slow downs but yeah, soon as I threw in the hosts entry its like Im browsing the site over the LAN Cool




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  Reply # 177760 13-Nov-2008 11:50
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Telstra here and I was timing out at an iconz server for much of yesterday.


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  Reply # 177851 13-Nov-2008 19:43
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I'm having real problems viewing the site as well. I have tried using firefox (unusable) and now IE which is running but at a snails pace. It isn't my internet connection (VF) because I can open up other tabs and browse other sites normally, local and international.

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Reply # 177852 13-Nov-2008 19:45
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Interesting. But I don't see the same happening here. Perhaps there's some problem with International traffic on your side? Have you tried to add the line I mentioned before to your hosts file?




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  Reply # 177854 13-Nov-2008 19:53
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I just cleared the cache again and it's back to normal.Smile

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  Reply # 177855 13-Nov-2008 19:59
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Spoke to soon. I navigated back to the main index and tried to selct the vf forum and it's locked up again. (Firefox).

IE is still working but as above very slowly.

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Reply # 177856 13-Nov-2008 20:00
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I've asked before but you have not confirmed: have you added the line to the hosts file as I indicated in my previous post?




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  Reply # 177857 13-Nov-2008 20:06
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How do you add a line to the host file?

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  Reply # 177858 13-Nov-2008 20:07
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run notepad, open \windows\system32\drivers\etc\hosts and add that line. Save and reboot. Sometimes reboot is not needed but the old IP address maybe cached.




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  Reply # 177859 13-Nov-2008 20:12
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It wouldn't let me save the file or overwrite the existing host file?

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  Reply # 177860 13-Nov-2008 20:24
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You must be an administrator on your machine.

I have paused the ads now so in ten minutes it will stop showing and you won't need to change the hosts file.




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