+ 0 Votes Why are you re-posting again and again!!!??? Mehul Bhai Updated - 3 years ago Why are you re-posting the same question again and again!!!??? This is your third or fourth post regarding the same problem. Why not continue in the question already posted previously giving more details of the problem? This will help us here in helping you properly to solve your problem. + 0 Votes Considering this network setup, seanferd 3 years ago I'll bet it requires nxdomain responses from internet resolvers. This will break nxdomain unless the user creates an account and turns off the proxy and correction services, or creates exceptions. I can't even begin to count the reports of otherwise well-configured networks which rely on nxdomain before attempting local resolution. Ridiculous but true. + 0 Votes When it stops working, are you able to ping your router? robo_dev 3 years ago And also, are you able to get to the Web configuration page of your router when it fails?