|Does anyone know WHY this type of this would happen? This happened to me about 10 months ago, described in this post: http://www.computing.net/answers/se... Never figured out the exact cause, the problem just went away after a few days.|
For a summary of the last query: I live in Thailand and have wi-fi included with my place. I don't have an outlet for ethernet cable. Normally my internet is fine, and just like in my last posting from January, I haven't made any changes to my own computer settings. My computer still connects to all sites fine when I'm at work or other wi-fi-enabled places. It's just suddenly a problem at home again, for the last 3 days. It's not browser-specific. Luckily, like last time, Yahoo Mail is still working (after an initial period of not working). Don't know what that implies about the security of Yahoo Mail.
If I wanted to talk to my landlord about it...she's not very tech-y and her English is poor. Could the quick solution be as simple as turning the router off and on again? Or are there settings that need to be fixed? I honestly don't know if last time she did something to fix the router, or if the problem just went away by itself...never asked.
Anyone know what the CAUSE might be for a router to suddenly stop connecting to any https sites?