Websites Not Loading - AT&T Internet
Is a website you visit regularly suddenly not loading in your web browser? Are you experiencing slow browse or video buffering?
Sometimes, for various reasons, the DNS cache becomes corrupt or out of date, or simply “messed up”. The symptoms vary, but the most common is that you can’t get to some web sites in your browser. Typically a reboot of devices such as your router and the device having the issue should correct it.
Below is how you can flush DNS on a Windows computer. Use Flush DNS to help with perceived blocked website.
- Open Run/Search “CMD” to launch command line and type the following:
- ipconfig /flushdns
- C:\> ipconfig /flushdns
You should see:
Windows IP Configuration
Successfully flushed the DNS Resolver Cache.
Give this a try and typically this will resolve the issue and remember that you may need to do this again occasionally.
Jared, AT&T Community Specialist
AT&T Customer Care
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