• Comcast bans Garrysmod.org?
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I can't access it with comcast, but I can with a proxy. Also, they ban proxies. Usually I have to go to a different proxy everytime I want to visit a site. So I get to use a proxy for like 10 minutes until they ban it. What assholes. Going to force parents to switch, and I hate being an adolescent.
Are you sure it's not a block your parents set up?
uhh i have comcast and i've never been blocked from anything
only thing ive ever heard of Comcast blocking is 4chan. and really. What kind of loss is that
[QUOTE=Lazor;18577996]Are you sure it's not a block your parents set up?[/QUOTE] They don't even know how to operate a microwave. Edit: [url]http://www.youtube.com/my_videos_upload[/url] isn't working on comcast?
Screen shot the page that pops up when you try to go to the site.
Yeah it's fine for me. Probably a family member blocked it.
[img]http://img130.imageshack.us/img130/4416/comcast.png[/img] I'm going to take a swing at it and conclude that its comcast's unreliable service in my area. All the sites I go on are now that at random times. So its either bad service, or some asshole in my household who figured out the parental password (parents are sleeping)
Everything working as normal here but I'm in a big city. [editline]12:58AM[/editline] Even 4chan works fine. (contrary to popular belief they have an awesome board full of high res images)
Yeah the 4chan thing was just a rumor. I don't want to see if it works here anyway.
Have you tried restarting your modem+router and all that Jazz.
ipconfig /flushdns
[QUOTE=matey9;18578654]Everything working as normal here but I'm in a big city. [editline]12:58AM[/editline] Even 4chan works fine. (contrary to popular belief they have an awesome board full of high res images)[/QUOTE] contrary to popular belief, there are more boards on 4chan than /b/
[QUOTE=reapaninja;18579113]contrary to popular belief, there are more boards on 4chan than /b/[/QUOTE] This, all the cool guys live on /g/ and /v/
[QUOTE=ButtsexV2;18579166]This, all the cool guys live on /g/ and /v/[/QUOTE] /v/'s gone downhill, every time I check it's just nostalgia/pokemon/MW2 boycotting threads
[QUOTE=BoingBoing;18578603][img]http://img130.imageshack.us/img130/4416/comcast.png[/img] I'm going to take a swing at it and conclude that its comcast's unreliable service in my area. All the sites I go on are now that at random times. So its either bad service, or some asshole in my household who figured out the parental password (parents are sleeping)[/QUOTE] That's the screen you get before you activate a new modem. I have comcast, and I will say none of those sites are banned,
[QUOTE=BoingBoing;18577980]I can't access it with comcast, but I can with a proxy. Also, they ban proxies. Usually I have to go to a different proxy everytime I want to visit a site. So I get to use a proxy for like 10 minutes until they ban it. What assholes. Going to force parents to switch, and I hate being an adolescent.[/QUOTE] Lol, that post was a good laugh. AFAIK, Comcast does not block anything. Last time they blocked internet traffic(bittorrent traffic), they got their asses chewed off. You obviously just don't know how to use the internet properly.
[QUOTE=windwakr;18582390]Lol, that post was a good laugh. AFAIK, Comcast does not block anything. Last time they blocked internet traffic(bittorrent traffic), they got their asses chewed off. You obviously just don't know how to use the internet properly.[/QUOTE] Agree. ISP's never, and I say never, censor/block pages that are not either: highly controversial/extremely illegal, or obviously illegal with malicous intent/extremely racist There is no reason why Comcast would block garrysmod.org. Either your router lost settings or was damaged in a power spike/failure, or Comcast is having some DNS problems in your area. Try configuring your computer to use OpenDNS servers instead of Comcasts DNS servers, that should clear up any DNS related problems: [url]https://store.opendns.com/get/basic[/url]
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