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  Reply # 453657 30-Mar-2011 23:10
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Its also worth noting, while it may not directly relate... When I had a Dlink (I think?) when I changed the network IP range (so from 10.1.1.x to 192.168.0.x) I was not able to load adobe.com and quite a few other websites.

May not be too helpful, but yeah, just thought I'd mention it.

The only fix was to leave the router in its default state to only give out 10.1.1.1 and be on subnet 255.255.255.0







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  Reply # 453921 31-Mar-2011 19:39
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Well, I emailed telecom and here is their response about 36 hours later:


Thank you for your email.

We are seeing a small number of users with issues similar to yours, and we are working on this urgently. We do apologise for the in convenience, and I expect this will be corrected shortly.




Helpful, not really....

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