01-27-2014 10:23 AM
This morning I have noticed a new issue with certain websites not loading. Sites like google.com, yahoo.com load fine. Sites like cnn.com, msnbc.com, ew.com continue to spin and do not load. I tried a retart of the RG, no luck. My sister in law who lives several miles away is having the same exact issue where cnn.com, msnbc.com, ew.com are not loading but other sites load fine.
Could this be a widespread issue? No issues last night. Only this morning. In Stevenson Ranch, CA. I have two wireless recievers and no problems there so I am perplexed what the issue could be.
01-27-2014 10:28 AM
There a other threads addressing this problem.
It seems that whatever the problem was (rumored to involve DNS servers) has been resolved.
01-27-2014 10:29 AM
My apologies. I found another thread that this issue occurred over multiple states and that ATT has now fixed the issue. I would delete this post if I knew how. Consider this matter resolved.
01-27-2014 10:30 AM
No prob....I was in a temporary state of panic until someone else posted about the same issues.
01-27-2014 5:08 PM
I had Google DNS added to mine years ago for this very reason and seems to load pages faster than Open DNS or at least its been my experience if you want to give it a try they are 22.214.171.124 and 126.96.36.199 .
02-17-2014 8:27 PM
Sorry to bump this, but I'm having the same issues. An AT&T tech came out and thought it was our router, but the problem persists. Most websites connect with zero issues and the speed checks are impressive, but there are a limited number of sites (most commonly Google.com and all Google searches, as well as Facebook.com) that have issues connecting.
The websites will not load and nothing happens until there is a time out; after that, I click refresh and it loads just fine. This happens every day and is incredibly frustrating. I have cleared every cookie and cache in all browsers and was even able to recreate the issue with the tech, but he hadn't seen it. He left me with his email and I asked him if I should try Step 6 here (I use an Airport Extreme, although I've completely disconnected that and the issue still occurs), but he didn't reply.
I'm relatively tech-savvy, but I'm not an IT expert, so I'm reticent to mess too much with settings, especially the DNS settings.
Any help or ideas would be absolutely awesome - thanks!
02-17-2014 9:01 PM
Try changing the DNS as that is what will change how fast and complete pages load if you don't like it change it back its easy on the AEBS/TC just click on the unit and click edit then click advanced everything else is self explanatory.
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