I can't view no page in my browser

I can't view no page in my browser

Post by z3b4 » Wed, 02 Jul 2003 02:57:37



The problem is that some days ago my browsers(mozilla, netscape,
links) can't see any page, nor can't connect to irc, nothing. I'd like
that someone could help me.
The problem isn't te dns nor the modem.
 
 
 

I can't view no page in my browser

Post by Penguinist » Wed, 02 Jul 2003 03:21:09



> The problem is that some days ago my browsers(mozilla, netscape,
> links) can't see any page, nor can't connect to irc, nothing. I'd like
> that someone could help me.
> The problem isn't te dns nor the modem.

Can you load a file from your local drive into mozilla?

A previously operational network connection isn't working?
Is anything able to reach something over the internet?

does /sbin/ifconfig show an entry for your connection?
Has the firewall config been changed recently?

 
 
 

I can't view no page in my browser

Post by mjt » Wed, 02 Jul 2003 11:06:10



> The problem is that some days ago my browsers(mozilla, netscape,
> links) can't see any page, nor can't connect to irc, nothing. I'd like
> that someone could help me.
> The problem isn't te dns nor the modem.

... really, how did you verify this? can you ping www.yahoo.com?
...or can you ping: 66.218.71.95?

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I can't view no page in my browser

Post by Xyer » Thu, 03 Jul 2003 00:46:25




> > The problem is that some days ago my browsers(mozilla, netscape,
> > links) can't see any page, nor can't connect to irc, nothing. I'd like
> > that someone could help me.

Wow. How vague is that! I'm sure someone could help, but you need to
help us first. Please try to explain the problem you are facing in as
much detail as you can give.
 
 
 

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