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    • CommentAuthorpnutts
    • CommentTimeSep 12th 2012
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    Beginning last week or so, whenever I visit http://www.newegg.com using IE 9 in Windows 7, the page automatically refreshes after about five seconds to this error page: http://content.newegg.com/Common/ThirdParty/undefined/.

    It does not happen when I stop using OpenDNS, and it also does not happen when I use FireFox WITH OpenDNS on Windows 7. Odd.

    Besides my home-built PC, it happens on a Lenovo laptop with the factory image. I assume it's due to a my blocking settings and at some point I'll turn them off one by one to see if I can narrow it down.

    Now that I think about it, the last change I made was to start using OpenDNS on my iPhone. Looking at my Dashboard for the first time since the iPhone configuration I have a new item "Routers".
    • CommentAuthorrotblitz
    • CommentTimeSep 12th 2012 edited
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    This is not really enough information to provide any help.

    What about to install Fiddler (http://www.fiddler2.com/) to see what really happens?

    And you may visit your domain stats to see what is blocked. The symptom could also be caused by domains being referenced at NewEgg, but which do not exist in DNS, especially in the case certain web application expects NXDOMAIN results being returned which are not returned by OpenDNS as default.

    "Looking at my Dashboard for the first time since the iPhone configuration I have a new item "Routers"."

    What dashboard? The OpenDNS dashboard? And you see an item "Routers" there? Weird.

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