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Within the last week I have been having issues connecting to a few websites (seems to be occasional here), but only while using my home internet. In troubleshooting I just discovered that I can’t access it with my desktop (hardwired) or my phone (on wifi). If I turn wifi off, the phone goes to the website without issue. I have not changed any network settings recently. 

Chrome (on the desktop) gives connection reset error, iphone (on wifi) gives can’t establish a secure connection.

 

any ideas?

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No child security, and nothing has been changed recently. It’s the eastlink provided modem/router (arris model).


Confirmed to affect here, hardwarecanucks, and notebookcheck.net. There were others, but I confirmed those 3. It has to be router/modem doesn’t it?...given it affects my phone and computer.

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Just now, Soullessone21 said:

Damn that's actually sound advice, did not think of that. Remove the middle man and test 

Did a bunch of network upgrades to my house lately so that's why I thought about it. Plus wifi/routers are always finicky even if nothing changes on them.

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