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  # 983606 10-Feb-2014 19:59
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No difference with above DNS suggestions..
hmmm



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  # 983608 10-Feb-2014 20:01
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Interestingly - the page itself loads quickly, its not that the data is trickling into my router, it is a 20-30 second delay, then boom, it loads

 
 
 
 




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  # 983609 10-Feb-2014 20:04
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here is the thread with other peoples similar problems..
Site owners host says "not at their end", contact your ISP.

http://www.muffwiggler.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=87968&start=470

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  # 983610 10-Feb-2014 20:04
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drxcm: Interestingly - the page itself loads quickly, its not that the data is trickling into my router, it is a 20-30 second delay, then boom, it loads


Same issue on other devices or connection. Reboot the router?



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  # 983613 10-Feb-2014 20:09
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every device on this connection has the same problem.

I will reboot the router though every other site I use is working just fine - here goes :)



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# 983635 10-Feb-2014 20:26
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ok, that worked

:embarrassed:

thanks!



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  # 983636 10-Feb-2014 20:28
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Now you know why when calling a help desk the first thing they get you to do is reboot the modem

 
 
 
 




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  # 983637 10-Feb-2014 20:29
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yup, feel a bit stupid.
why didn't I think of that :)

for my interest, how an earth does the router corrupt itself for a single site like that? doesn't make sense to me but then what do I know?!

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  # 983879 11-Feb-2014 09:19
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drxcm:
for my interest, how an earth does the router corrupt itself for a single site like that? doesn't make sense to me but then what do I know?!


It doesn't. Restarting the modem simply forces it to obtain a new connection. I have to do the same on my dial-up connection by simply disconnecting and reconnecting to "fix" some problems as well (or even simply forcing multiple attempts to load the page can help: Go-Stop-Reload-Stop-Reload-Stop-Reload-Stop-Reload). The fault is at Vodafone's end, possibly the "invisible" proxy forgetting you exist.

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