I can't access a specific website

April 22, 2010 at 11:45:45
Specs: Windows 7
Hi! Thanks for reading my question, and I'm
sorry of it's the wrong category or something
like that.

The thing is I can't access DeviantART
(www.deviantart.com) since I moved to my
friend's house, two months ago. On a nice
day, I can get as far as the main page, but
anything I do ends my connection. It's the only
website I have trouble with so far.

I use mostly Google Chrome, but I tried
accessing it with IE and Firefox. In all of them I
get similar, server-related messages (The error
message from Chrome: Erro 105
possível encontrar o servidor. - It was
impossible to find the server, roughly

The weird thing is, I can't access it throug my
friend's laptop either, or nay other computer that connects through her internet.

My OS is Windows 7, and my connection is a
wireless broadband (don't know the speed, but
it's pretty avarage)

Thanks for reading my problem, and I hope
you can help me!

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April 22, 2010 at 12:21:40
post the results of an ipconfig /all from your workstation for review

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April 22, 2010 at 13:15:34
My computer is set to portuguese... Sorry D:

But here it is anyway:


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April 22, 2010 at 13:18:53
Easy to read since all I need is the dns numbers.

BTW both those dns entries are invalid. Call you isp and get them to tell you the correct dns entries. Once you have them reconfigure your routers dhcp server to provide them to the client.

I am surprised you got any web pages at all. is not pingable and not a valid dns server.

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April 22, 2010 at 13:23:39
Wow, thanks, I'll try that! I hope it works!

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April 22, 2010 at 18:46:40

why do you think, both DNS entries are invalid?
I guess, he only needs to delete the DNS entry for
The DNS entry seems to be the router, which should be able to forward the requests to the ISPs DNS server.

The original poster should always write the last response !!!
Let us know, if the problem is solved !!!

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April 23, 2010 at 13:57:30
Though that is true but it's a "forward and hope someone answers" vs what I recommend which is put the exact isp dns servers in which means 'forward to a particular server so I get a valid response"

Why not fix it right the first time?

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April 23, 2010 at 14:24:46

so far, you're right, but the DHCP server of the router will mostly hand out itself as a forwarder for the DNS requests. So the easiest way is, to configure the router correctly and the clients gets the ordinary DHCP information.

But it's beyond all questions, both will work.

The original poster should always write the last response !!!
Let us know, if the problem is solved !!!

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April 23, 2010 at 15:13:36
Since the routers dhcp scope has to be corrected anyway, this is why I suggested putting in the isp dns entries and not just default to the gateway.

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