For the past few weeks, i have been unable to access a website www.warez-bb.org
I am 100% sure it still operates fully to everyone, however i have problems connecting.
Here is the error message that i get:
While trying to retrieve the URL: http://www.warez-bb.org/
The following error was encountered:
* Connection Failed
The system returned:
(110) Connection timed out
The site you are trying to connect to may be down. This could be a network issue which will be resolved shortly. This could also mean that there is no webserver at the location you are trying to access. Please try the request again if you are sure you have the correct address and the remote webserver is up.
Please contact TPG Helpdesk or the cache administrator and quote your dialup/ADSL location and IP address if you feel this error is incorrect. If you are reporting this error to the cache administrator you must include this entire error message in your email. Without the correct details we may be unable to resolve your issue.
Your cache administrator is email@example.com
I emailed TPG helpdesk, and they came up with some possible solutions:
A. Turn off your firewall (if any) as it may block ports, programs or
B. Clear the cache and cookies list of the browser
1. Open Internet Explorer. Click Tools. Click "Internet Options".
2. Click the General tab. Look for the Temporary Internet Files heading.
3. Click the "Delete Files" button. Make sure that "Delete all offline
content" check box is ticked. Click OK.
4. Click the "Delete Cookies" button. Click OK.
5. Click the Apply button. Click OK.
C. Assign DNS server addresses
1. Click Start. Click "Control Panel". Click "Network Connections".
2. Under the Local Area Connection heading, right-click on the Local
Area Connection that says 'connected'. Click Properties on the shortcut
3. On the General tab, highlight Internet Protocol (TCP/IP). Click the
4. Tick 'Use the following DNS server addresses.' Preferred DNS Server
is 203.012.160.35. Alternate DNS Server is 203.012.160.36
5. Click OK. Click OK.
D. Restack your TCP/IP
1. Click Start. Click Run. Type cmd. Click OK.
2. On the C:/> prompt, type "netsh int ip reset resetlog.txt".
3. Press the Enter key.
4. Restart the computer.
Also, if you are using http, try viewing it on https.
After performing each step, check to see if you are able to successfully
load the Web page.
I have done all these steps following the instructions.
But i am still unable to access the website, please help