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Discussion in 'Networking' started by deepaksh, Nov 8, 2011.

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  1. deepaksh

    deepaksh Thread Starter

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    Hi,
    When i browse any website it can't open but when i refresh it get open.same problem with other systems also.
    In single click it cannot open, in 2nd time i.e i click refresh it get open.
    Is it firewall (Forty gate) issue or LAN issue? how to solved this issue?
    pls guide me.
     
  2. TerryNet

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    Could be a problem with your ISP, modem, router (if have one) or Wi-Fi (if using).

    If you have a separate router do you get the same issue with a computer connected directly to the modem?

    What kind of internet service do you have? What bandwidth (speed) are you supposed to get? What do you actually get with Speedtest.net?
     
  3. deepaksh

    deepaksh Thread Starter

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    Hi Terry,
    My ISP is TATA & upload speed in speedtest is 1.86Mbps & download speed is 1.76Mbps.
    I m not using router,because we are terminate internet into Firewall (fortygate 50B)
     
  4. TerryNet

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    If you don't have a separate modem please ignore the rest of this post.

    Even if you are not using the router functions in the Firewall it could still be causing a problem. Do you get the same issue with a computer connected directly to the modem?

    If the above speed tests were for the Firewall, what do you get with just the modem?
     
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