+ 0 Votes More info, please/DNS? Toivo Talikka 7 years ago Do you get an error message when you access the problem site? If you are not running some internet security application which is blocking the site, or in any case, check the hosts file in your Windows XP computer: C:\Windows\system32\drivers\etc\hosts The other possible problem is client-side DNS caching. Check if the web site address in the local cache: ipconfig /displaydns If the address, most likely obsolete, is there, flush the DNS cache: ipconfig /flushdns Here is a link to Microsoft's Knowledgebase article how to turn the client-side DNS caching off if required: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/318803/en-us + 0 Votes dont worry jitendra 6 years ago Hi sir this not a big one case you can easily check all the sites through the proxy facility. + 0 Votes Resolved and then Broke again eltonpollard 7 years ago Well I fixed the problem by getting a new ipaddress. Of course I picked up a new modem to do that. I had a bunch of trouble trying to get the ipaddress to change. But now in less than a week. I have been blocked again. This is of course my own domain. And it is getting very frustrating. I am going to call my ISP provider right now. But if we can't change it over the phone. I am going to try 'ipcoonfig /release' cmd prompt. Shut off the computer over night. And then 'ipcong /renew' on startup. And I pray to the 'techie' gods it works. I hope no one ever has to go through this. But if you do, just change your ip. You've been blocked. This is nothing I am doing!!! I own my sites. And it is getting very, very frustrating. + 0 Votes dont worry jitendra 6 years ago Hi sir this not a big one case you can easily check all the sites through the proxy facility.