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# 251697 7-Jul-2019 14:25
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There's a big delay, and I get gateway 504 error, or more often this message,

 

 

 

"This page is not available at the moment

 

This can sometimes happen if you have Internet connectivity problems or are running software/plug-ins that affect your Internet traffic.

Click here to try this page again, or visit: https://www.msn.com

 

 

Ref 1: 004ca8d2-040f-4b71-a9e6-025471c1796a   Ref 2: 000000   Ref 3: Sun, 07 Jul 2019 02:09:14 GMT"

 

 

 

Then I load it now 2.20pm about 10 minutes later and all is fine, so multiple reloads and it just starts working.

 

 

 

When I've gone to chrome, it's loads straight away, no delay or errors All other web sites are fine in firefox.

 

 

 

There is no shield icon in address bar to turn blocking off/on in microsoft site, but blocking is set to standard.

 

 

 

It is my home page, address is

 

 

 

https://www.msn.com/en-nz/news

 


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  # 2271317 7-Jul-2019 14:33
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Blow me down, the shield icon just appeared , I've turned off blocking for site, see how it goes.


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  # 2271338 7-Jul-2019 16:55
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Browser content blocking cannot possibly cause a 504 error, that's a server-side error.

 

 

 

I'd generally say that MSN was just having issues when you visited, but it's also possible that your antivirus had some kind of awful "web shield" or whatever which was interfering by acting as a proxy. If you do have something like that, turn it off - they don't protect from anything useful, and tend to break stuff.


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