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    • CommentAuthoredoc7
    • CommentTimeJun 11th 2011
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    I suddenly cannot get access to my http://bibleseven.com site nor can I use my E-mail which is tied to that domain.

    The domain is up because I can access it using kproxy.com

    The server provider, bdarby.com , has looked and does not see any cause there - so he has suggested that is has to be my ISP bulloch.net, OpenDNS, or my router.

    Since I have made no changes to my router recently I am guessing that it not the source of the problem.

    Is there a way I may take OpenDNS completely out of the picture so as to eliminate it as the cause, please?

    I don't want to actually unsubscribe or to lose my filtered URL settings.
    • CommentAuthormaintenance
    • CommentTimeJun 11th 2011 edited
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    http://www.opendns.com/community/domaintagging/search/?q=bibleseven.com+

    You aren't seeing a Block page, are you?

    "Is there a way I may take OpenDNS completely out of the picture so as to eliminate it as the cause, please?"

    You would change the DNS server addresses back to your ISPs or another provider of your choice.

    I would suggest to flush your browser cache and restart your computer.

    "Since I have made no changes to my router recently I am guessing that it not the source of the problem."

    Except for electrical fluctuations which corrupt data in routers (and other devices). You can always try powering off the router for a minute, then restarting.
    • CommentAuthorzelus
    • CommentTimeJun 11th 2011
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    Is the domain local to your network in any way....?
    http://www.opendns.com/support/article/164
    • CommentAuthorrotblitz
    • CommentTimeJun 11th 2011
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    "Is there a way I may take OpenDNS completely out of the picture so as to eliminate it as the cause, please?"

    Sure, if a simple "dig bibleseven.com" returns the correct IP address, then DNS (in general) is not involved in your problem.
    • CommentAuthoredoc7
    • CommentTimeJun 11th 2011
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    Everyone was finally off the home network so I shut the last
    two computers off and powered-off the router and then on -
    then bibleseven.com worked fine.

    It seems very odd that only that domain would be impacted
    but there it appears to be ...

    I had put the router on a USP w/surge protection a few weeks ago and hoped that would not only keep it connected during momentary outages but also prevent other minor electricity-related events from causing trouble - apparently not.

    I will have a look at the the linked thread and "dig bibleseven.com" just to be as-informed as possible.

    Thanks!
    Thankful People: maintenance

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