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1)Site is hosted on an uncommon port which my ISP blocked,so is there a way I can find which port site is hosted so I can contact my ISP and request them to open it.
2)My Router is not configured to to goto that port.
joined:Nov 12, 2005
Otherwise, if you ping or do a traceroute to the site do you get a response?
Also check your ad-blocking software if you have any to see whether the site URL is triggering something.
Try deleting cookies, internet files, etc... to see if it changes anything.
Did not help,problem is with every computer I have(Same internet connection)
You should also check your "hosts" file to see if there is an entry for the site, either pointing to a local resource or an incorrect IP address.
Checked that,no entry there except for blocking Google adsense.
problem is since last 3 months(in fact from the day we registered that domain).In beginning I think its name server that will be solved itself but 3 months are too long.not so...
Domain is a for a Child nursery school site in Labenon,so I see no reason if it can be blocked at some lavel.
It may also be that the site is blocking you.
I create that site & I am the only one who can access its cpanel.so I don't think I am blocking myself.
Between site is hosted on Network solutions,if that helps.
I can access Network solutions control panel without a problem.
Also I can not open site but I can acess mail.domain.com
so I I still guess its some Port problem.
ping, traceroute, telnet. Those three should be able to tell you exactly where the problem lies.
Something here doesn't compute, though... You created the site, and you don't know what port number it is using?
Does the it give an IP address? If not then it is a DNS problem.
How far does the traceroute get?
The problem most likely is with either the last router you get to, or the next one you don't get to. (Find out the next router by tracing from outside your home.) If the problem is not with your web hosting company, then complain to your ISP about the network reachability problem and show them the traceroute(s).