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Old 22-12-2004, 02:41 AM
Galtier Malde (Chuck)
 
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Default Trouble accessing Cooks Illustrated site

I'm having trouble with two computers (same network/ISP, though) trying
to get on Cooks' Illustrated site. Anyone else having that trouble?

www.cooksillustrated.com


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Old 22-12-2004, 02:46 AM
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Galtier Malde (Chuck) wrote:
I'm having trouble with two computers (same network/ISP, though) trying
to get on Cooks' Illustrated site. Anyone else having that trouble?

www.cooksillustrated.com


Not here. It works fine


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Old 22-12-2004, 06:24 AM
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"Galtier Malde (Chuck)" wrote:

I'm having trouble with two computers (same network/ISP, though) trying
to get on Cooks' Illustrated site. Anyone else having that trouble?

www.cooksillustrated.com


No problem.

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Old 22-12-2004, 06:24 AM
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In article ,
"Galtier Malde (Chuck)" wrote:

I'm having trouble with two computers (same network/ISP, though) trying
to get on Cooks' Illustrated site. Anyone else having that trouble?

www.cooksillustrated.com


No problem.

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Old 22-12-2004, 10:41 AM
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Scott
In article ,
"Galtier Malde (Chuck)" wrote:

I'm having trouble with two computers (same network/ISP, though) trying
to get on Cooks' Illustrated site. Anyone else having that trouble?

www.cooksillustrated.com


No problem.


No problem. Probably bad routing on your network. Assuming Windows try "Run",
put "command" in the command box. This will open a DOS window. I think the
command is wsping, wping, or just plain ping, followed by the
cooksillustrated.com domain name. You'll get a scrolling report of how your
network tries to contact the domain and where the failure to route occurs.

Marc


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Old 22-12-2004, 10:41 AM
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Scott
In article ,
"Galtier Malde (Chuck)" wrote:

I'm having trouble with two computers (same network/ISP, though) trying
to get on Cooks' Illustrated site. Anyone else having that trouble?

www.cooksillustrated.com


No problem.


No problem. Probably bad routing on your network. Assuming Windows try "Run",
put "command" in the command box. This will open a DOS window. I think the
command is wsping, wping, or just plain ping, followed by the
cooksillustrated.com domain name. You'll get a scrolling report of how your
network tries to contact the domain and where the failure to route occurs.

Marc
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Old 22-12-2004, 01:13 PM
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(MrAoD) wrote in
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Scott
In article ,
"Galtier Malde (Chuck)" wrote:

I'm having trouble with two computers (same network/ISP, though)
trying to get on Cooks' Illustrated site. Anyone else having that
trouble?

www.cooksillustrated.com

No problem.


No problem. Probably bad routing on your network. Assuming Windows try
"Run", put "command" in the command box. This will open a DOS window.
I think the command is wsping, wping, or just plain ping, followed by
the cooksillustrated.com domain name. You'll get a scrolling report of
how your network tries to contact the domain and where the failure to
route occurs.

Marc


Interesting... I'm running XP where "ping" is the right command, but
pinging www.cooksillustrated.com times out, while pinging other sites is
successful.

Accessing www.cooksillustrated.com through IE is not problem.

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Old 22-12-2004, 02:11 PM
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On 21-Dec-2004, " BOB" wrote:

Galtier Malde (Chuck) wrote:
I'm having trouble with two computers (same network/ISP, though) trying
to get on Cooks' Illustrated site. Anyone else having that trouble?

www.cooksillustrated.com


Not here. It works fine


Works fine on Verizon DSL in Tampa.
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Old 22-12-2004, 11:51 PM
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Wayne Boatwright wrote:
(MrAoD) wrote in
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Scott

In article ,
"Galtier Malde (Chuck)" wrote:


I'm having trouble with two computers (same network/ISP, though)
trying to get on Cooks' Illustrated site. Anyone else having that
trouble?

www.cooksillustrated.com

No problem.


No problem. Probably bad routing on your network. Assuming Windows try
"Run", put "command" in the command box. This will open a DOS window.
I think the command is wsping, wping, or just plain ping, followed by
the cooksillustrated.com domain name. You'll get a scrolling report of
how your network tries to contact the domain and where the failure to
route occurs.

Marc



Interesting... I'm running XP where "ping" is the right command, but
pinging www.cooksillustrated.com times out, while pinging other sites is
successful.

Accessing www.cooksillustrated.com through IE is not problem.


With so many others having no problem, then you best question your ISP
about the problem, especially with a timing out ping.


jim
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Old 23-12-2004, 12:05 AM
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In article , on Wed, 22 Dec 2004
12:13:37 GMT, wrote:

Interesting... I'm running XP where "ping" is the right command, but
pinging
www.cooksillustrated.com times out, while pinging other sites is
successful.


Many sites now drop pings. Try pinging www.microsoft.com, for example.

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Old 23-12-2004, 02:30 AM
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MrAoD wrote:

Scott

In article ,
"Galtier Malde (Chuck)" wrote:


I'm having trouble with two computers (same network/ISP, though) trying
to get on Cooks' Illustrated site. Anyone else having that trouble?

www.cooksillustrated.com


No problem.



No problem. Probably bad routing on your network. Assuming Windows try "Run",
put "command" in the command box. This will open a DOS window. I think the
command is wsping, wping, or just plain ping, followed by the
cooksillustrated.com domain name. You'll get a scrolling report of how your
network tries to contact the domain and where the failure to route occurs.

Marc


I did that and timed out but ping worked for other site. Though through
Zone Alarm I know that my computer won't respond to a ping, either.
I've written Comcast.

But the part about "scrolling report" isn't ping, and I don't recall
what it is. I thought it was "traceroute" but that doesn't work. Do
you recall?

Thanks

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Old 23-12-2004, 02:30 AM
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MrAoD wrote:

Scott

In article ,
"Galtier Malde (Chuck)" wrote:


I'm having trouble with two computers (same network/ISP, though) trying
to get on Cooks' Illustrated site. Anyone else having that trouble?

www.cooksillustrated.com


No problem.



No problem. Probably bad routing on your network. Assuming Windows try "Run",
put "command" in the command box. This will open a DOS window. I think the
command is wsping, wping, or just plain ping, followed by the
cooksillustrated.com domain name. You'll get a scrolling report of how your
network tries to contact the domain and where the failure to route occurs.

Marc


I did that and timed out but ping worked for other site. Though through
Zone Alarm I know that my computer won't respond to a ping, either.
I've written Comcast.

But the part about "scrolling report" isn't ping, and I don't recall
what it is. I thought it was "traceroute" but that doesn't work. Do
you recall?

Thanks

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Old 23-12-2004, 05:53 AM
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I was on CHAT with Comcast.net and finally my advisor told me to bypass
the (wireless) network and hook directly to their modem. I also stopped
Zone Alarm. I accessed CI immediately. Then I returned reasonable
protection in ZA, and it still worked. Then I restored network
connection and it still worked.

The ways of LinkSys are strange, indeed. Let us sing and sacrifice to her.

Thank you all for your replies.

Chuck


Gualtier Malde (Chuck) wrote:
I'm having trouble with two computers (same network/ISP, though) trying
to get on Cooks' Illustrated site. Anyone else having that trouble?

www.cooksillustrated.com


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Old 23-12-2004, 09:54 PM
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On Wed, 22 Dec 2004 17:30:32 -0800, "Galtier Malde (Chuck)"
wrote:

MrAoD wrote:

No problem. Probably bad routing on your network. Assuming Windows try "Run",
put "command" in the command box. This will open a DOS window. I think the
command is wsping, wping, or just plain ping, followed by the
cooksillustrated.com domain name. You'll get a scrolling report of how your
network tries to contact the domain and where the failure to route occurs.

Marc


I did that and timed out but ping worked for other site. Though through
Zone Alarm I know that my computer won't respond to a ping, either.
I've written Comcast.

But the part about "scrolling report" isn't ping,


Ping tells you how long each hop takes and packet loss.

and I don't recall
what it is. I thought it was "traceroute" but that doesn't work. Do
you recall?

Tracerout is usually for IP addresses.

Have you found this site? http://network-tools.com/
You can enter the www address to traceroute, you won't need
the IP address.

Do you use IE as your main browser? Many sites are not
compatible with any other browser, so if it doesn't work
with your regular, nonIE, browser - switch over to IE for
any site that gives you trouble. If you still have a
problem, it's not your browser.

good luck!


sf
Practice safe eating - always use condiments


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On Wed, 22 Dec 2004 17:30:32 -0800, "Galtier Malde (Chuck)"
wrote:

MrAoD wrote:

No problem. Probably bad routing on your network. Assuming Windows try "Run",
put "command" in the command box. This will open a DOS window. I think the
command is wsping, wping, or just plain ping, followed by the
cooksillustrated.com domain name. You'll get a scrolling report of how your
network tries to contact the domain and where the failure to route occurs.

Marc


I did that and timed out but ping worked for other site. Though through
Zone Alarm I know that my computer won't respond to a ping, either.
I've written Comcast.

But the part about "scrolling report" isn't ping,


Ping tells you how long each hop takes and packet loss.

and I don't recall
what it is. I thought it was "traceroute" but that doesn't work. Do
you recall?

Tracerout is usually for IP addresses.

Have you found this site? http://network-tools.com/
You can enter the www address to traceroute, you won't need
the IP address.

Do you use IE as your main browser? Many sites are not
compatible with any other browser, so if it doesn't work
with your regular, nonIE, browser - switch over to IE for
any site that gives you trouble. If you still have a
problem, it's not your browser.

good luck!


sf
Practice safe eating - always use condiments


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