Resolved Weird issue

Discussion in 'Tech Discussion' started by lordbeirut, May 14, 2019 at 8:51 PM.

  1. lordbeirut

    lordbeirut Emperor of Perdition

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    Did all of that except contact my ISP. Don't wanna talk to those bitches unless absolutely necessary. As I said, it even affects my phone and tablet so it can't be anything related to my pc, right?
     
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    Mnotia The Trash Man

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    Hey, dont reupload the same post but in a different thread plez
     
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    lordbeirut Emperor of Perdition

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    ...Someone literally told me to do it. Told me to post it on the tech section.
     
  4. sgrey

    sgrey Well-Known Member

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    If you are connecting with your phone to the same wifi as your PC, then yes, it seems like it does not relate to a specific computer. Try this: disconnect your router and connect your computer directly to your modem (if your modem has ethernet). If you own an all-in-one modem-router provided by your ISP, it might have went bad.
     
  5. Westeller

    Westeller 『We Are Watching You.』 Staff Member

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    If the problem persists across not only various browsers but also various devices, you can immediately rule out any problems or solutions directed at a particular browser or device (e.g. a chrome specific fix or flushing your PC’s DNS cache would be irrelevant for you). Instead, your problem can only be something everything shares - your router or your ISP.

    Completely reset the router.

    Problem solved? Cool. No? Call your ISP.
     
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    SialJoans Well-Known Member

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    São Paulo, problem solved~
     
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    zdracko Active Member

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    It's bloody Cloudflare who's at fault. I thought only Brazilian users were affected but OP is from the UK so I guess it's more widespread.
     
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    WinByDying I can count to four

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    Taking into account that two of you in the same country have the same issue, and that a VPN resolves it, it's probably either the ISP or Cloudflare not playing nice with the ISP.

    Maybe getting a new IP helps. Tried ipconfig /renew? Or turning the router off and on again?

    Edit: nevermind, it's UK and Brazil. Cloudflare maybe? But I guess there's something going on then, for CF to spazz out like that.