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Flush IP / DNS

I cannot access part of the back end of my website because something is clogged up with the IP/DNS. Have tried to flush via ms dos prompt as per other forums but it is not working. I have also reset my router. Can someone help please?

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Re: Flush IP / DNS

can you explain in more detail what the actual issue is
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i would be contacting the hosting company, since could be issue they are having.. since doubt it would be a IP/DNS issue, unless a firewall on host is blocking you.

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When in my house I cannot access some of the backend of my website I get a "Inactivity Timeout" message. I have cleared the History from all browsers but whether it is on my PC or laptops I am having the same issue. outside the house connecting through a different wifi , it all works fine. My hosting company Go Daddy has told me it has to do with virgin. I have reset the router and try diverse commands (recommended on this forum) from dos prompt to flush the ip config. Nothing works.

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I disabled the firewall, same issue.

 

When in my house I cannot access some of the backend of my website I get a "Inactivity Timeout" message. I have cleared the History from all browsers but whether it is on my PC or laptops I am having the same issue. outside the house connecting through a different wifi , it all works fine. My hosting company Go Daddy has told me it has to do with virgin. I have reset the router and try diverse commands (recommended on this forum) from dos prompt to flush the ip config. Nothing works.

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Good Evening arandles

 

Sorry to see you've been having issues with your website when connected to our services.

 

We'll take a closer look at this for you, check out the purple envelope in the top right hand corner for a PM from me

 

Kindest regards,

 

David_Bn 

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