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Can not getinto the internet reads invalid parameter has been passed to the web server errode 143:error.paran.e.can you help me please

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    Shaun Plencner May 11, 2010

    what are some opf the ways ur pc is connected to the internet

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Your home page has gone wrong, go into internet options to set the correct home page type something like google.com, save settings and restart your IE

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Netbank login


This problem may be caused by a number of reasons. However, the following are the most common:

The users credentials (the username and password) are not correct.
The user account may not have the right to log on to the computer interactively (the "Log On Locally" right). In some scenarios, the user account requires "Log On Locally" right.

Check the username and the password of the user to make sure that they are correct.
If this is correct, be sure the user has the "log on locally" right granted to it.

To verify user rights, do the following:
1. Open the Local Security Policy tool from the Administrative Tools folder.
2. Click Local Policies, click User Rights Assignment, and then click the Log On Locally user right.

If the user account or group that the user belongs to is not listed, then add it.

See the Internet Information Services 5.0 documentation for more information about authentication.
This documentation can be found at the following URL example:

http://localhost/IISHelp

or

The Web server (running the Web site) thinks that the HTTP data stream sent by the client (e.g. your Web browser or our Check Up Down robot) was correct, but access to the URL resource requires user authentication 1) which has not yet been provided or 2) which has been provided but failed authorization tests.

This is commonly known as "HTTP Basic Authentication".
The actual authentication request expected from the client is defined in the HTTP protocol as the WWW-Authenticate header field. (Last updated: March 2012).

Generally this error message means you need to log on (enter a valid user ID and password) somewhere first.
If you have just entered these and then immediately see a 401 error, it means that one or both of your user ID and password were invalid for whatever reason (entered incorrectly, user ID suspended etc.).

Fixing 401 errors - general
Each Web Server manages user authentication in its own way.
A security officer (e.g. a Web Master) at the site typically decides which users are allowed to access the URL.

This person then uses Web server software to set up those users and their passwords.
So if you need to access the URL (or you forgot your user ID or password), only the security officer at that site can help you.

Refer any security issues direct to them.
If you think that the URL Web page *should* be accessible to all and sundry on the Internet, then a 401 message indicates a deeper problem.

The first thing you can do is check your URL via a Web browser.
This browser should be running on a computer to which you have never previously identified yourself in any way, and you should avoid authentication (passwords etc.) that you have used previously.

Ideally all this should be done over a completely different Internet connection to any you have used before (e.g. a different ISP dial-up connection). In short, you are trying to get the same behaviour a total stranger would get if they surfed the Internet to the Web page.

If this type of browser check indicates no authority problems, then it is possible that the Web server (or surrounding systems) have been configured to disallow certain patterns of HTTP traffic. In other words, HTTP communication from a well known Web browser is allowed, but automated communication from other systems is rejected with an 401 error code.

This is unusual, but may indicate a very defensive security policy around the Web server.

Feb 28, 2014 | PC Desktops

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Keek -forbidden(error 408) solution


HTTP Error 408 Request timeout
Introduction

The Web server (running the Web site) thinks that there has been too long an interval of time between 1) the establishment of an IP connection (socket) between the client (e.g. your Web browser or our CheckUpDown robot) and the server and 2) the receipt of any data on that socket, so the server has dropped the connection. The socket connection has actually been lost - the Web server has 'timed out' on that particular socket connection. The request from the client must be repeated - in a timely manner.
408 errors in the HTTP cycle
Any client (e.g. your Web browser or our CheckUpDown robot) goes through the following cycle:
  • Obtain an IP address from the IP name of the site (the site URL without the leading 'http://'). This lookup (conversion of IP name to IP address) is provided by domain name servers (DNSs).
  • Open an IP socket connection to that IP address.
  • Write an HTTP data stream through that socket.
  • Receive an HTTP data stream back from the Web server in response. This data stream contains status codes whose values are determined by the HTTP protocol. Parse this data stream for status codes and other useful information.
This error occurs in the final step above when the client receives an HTTP status code that it recognises as '408'. (Last updated: March 2012).
Fixing 408 errors - general
408 errors are often difficult to resolve. They typically involve one-off variations in system workload or operations.
If you see persistent 408 errors, the first thing to consider is the workload on the Web server - particularly around the time the 408 errors were generated. If this is light, then you also need to consider workload on the client system. If the computer systems on both ends of the socket connection seem to be running normally, then temporary Internet surges may be to blame.
Fixing 408 errors - CheckUpDown
This error is highly unlikely to occur on your CheckUpDown account, because there is usually only a tiny interval of time (milliseconds) between our 1) opening of the socket and 2) writing the HTTP data stream through that socket. In exceptional circumstances, this interval may increase because of some operations on our computer systems e.g. we temporarily suspend an executing process and this happens immediately after the socket was created. Or the two steps may follow quickly on our systems, but the second step encounters an unreasonable delay on the Internet. The acceptable interval between the two steps could also be set very low on the Web server e.g. the Web server is very busy, and has become a bit 'impatient' with attempted connections it views as a bit slow.
Any of these conditions may generate an 408 error. But they are all fairly unlikely to occur. In normal IP communications, the time interval between the two steps should be much less than 10 seconds, which should be completely acceptable to the Web server.
I hope this helps.

Oct 23, 2012 | PC Desktops

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I can't connect to any log in sites or secured sites eg. I get a connection closed by remote server every time I put in username and then my pass word. Instead of going to the secured paige I get this...


Hi,
Are you using Internet Explorer? You can go to Tools - Internet Options - Advanced - Reset. Do this to reset your IE. Restart your computer to make sure. Hope this help. Otherways, download firefox and use it to see where is problem. If firefox can use,that mean your internet, your modem router, your firewall setting is normal, just Internet Explorer has problem. Remove Internet Explorer and reinstall it. Thanks for reading

Jul 11, 2011 | PC Desktops

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The issue is: Unable to Send/Receive emails from winThe host 'POP3' could not be found. Please verify that you have entered the server name correctly. Account: 'POP3', Server: 'POP3', Protocol: POP3, Port:...


You are receiving this error because of one of two reasons:
1) Your email account is not set up properly. Click on Microsoft Outlook, click on Tools, then Accounts. You will see a window with columns stating Account-Type-Connection. If an account is set up then click on it then click on Properties. Click server tab and you will see the SMTP server block and the POP3 server block. Both of these fields will read as follows: pop.XXXXX.net and smtp.XXXXX.net. Your Internet Service Providers name will be in the XXXX. If these are not set up properly then you cannot connect to send email. If they are filled out correctly then you need to call your Internet Service Provider and inform them of your situation. Their server is not working properly.

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Jan 15, 2009 | PC Desktops

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Cannot receive e-mail


Are you using any email client to access the emails? and Do you see any error message?

Aug 22, 2008 | PC Desktops

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Proxy Error, the proxy server received a invalid respone from an upstream server The proxy server could not handle the request. Get/amserver/ssoredirect/metaAlias/sky Reason :Error reading from remote...


This appears to be an issue with the ISP's equipment and/or service provision. You will need to contact the ISP directly (the company that provides your internet/email functions) to report the problem and request that they correct it.

If this information assists you in resolving the problem, please take a moment to rate the solution at a "FixYa" level. If you do not feel that you can rate at a "FixYa", please post back with more information regarding what has occurred subsequently, and I will gladly help you until we have reached a definitive solution.Thank you for using and rating FixYa!

Aug 03, 2008 | PC Desktops

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Can't receive my E-Mail


Depends on the (client) program you are using, but...


1) Test your WEB Browser (Internet Explorer or Firefox),
to make sure you can get MSN or Google.

This tell you if the network and the TCP/IP stack are
working properly.

2) If the network is fine, open you email client and check
your server setting for: POP-3, and SMTP.

These setting must match those specified by your
IP service provider.

Also make sure that the email login and server password
are correct.

3) Pay particular attention to the error messages you
get inside you email client, when it fails to access the
server. These should give you a clue:

a) Can't find server / invalid domain name ... etc...
b) Can't login ... user not authorized...
c) No network connection ... denied...

etc...

4) Server and domain name problems indicate a typo or
error in your POP3/ SMTP settings. These are sometimes
changed by the IP provider, so please check with them.
Also check the port numbers:

Port 110 = POP3 = Incoming mail server
Port 25 = SMTP = Outgoing mail server

are typical, but it really depends on th provider.

5) If you can't login, the login ID or password are wrong,
or your provider has closed you account, which they tend
do to with a nasty deliberation if you owe them money.

6) If the email program cannot connect to the internet at
all, but you WEB browser can, then you have a fire wall
problem.

Check these firewall, and disable them temporarily,
to see if it fixes the email problem:

The Windows Firewall: Control Panel === Windows Firewall
(disable it)

Any software firewall you may have installed, such as
Norton's, AVG antivirus...etc. Disable them too.

If you use an external router or residential gateway
to connect to the internet, such as SISCO, CVG, SMC

Log into the router using your WEB browser, and disable the
firewall.

7) Once you identify a firewall problem, you need to setup
exceptions for your email client.

8) If you cannot get any Internet, including the WEB,
then you have a different problem.

a) run the Windows Network setup wizard again,
from the control panel.

b) If you connect directly to the Internet through your cable
or DSL this should fix it.

c) If you still use a telephone modem, that has to be
setup as well.

d) If you use a residential gateway, barricade or router
to connect to DSL or CABLE, then you need to set
that up next using you WEB browser. Typical router
address is: 192.168.1.1

e) In the case of DSL you router may also need to be
programmed with you login/password info, because in
this case it is the router that connects and logs into
your internet provider's server, not your computer.
(your computer sees the router, not the provider.)

Anyway, not knowing what your exact problem is,
I think that I have covered the waterfront here,
hope it helps.

Please rate my answers.

Martin



Jun 14, 2008 | PC Desktops

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I keep getting gateway error 504 all the time. help please


hi,

Resolving 504 errors - general
This problem is entirely due to slow IP communication between back-end computers, possibly including your Web server. Only the people who set up the network at the site which hosts the Web server can fix this problem.
Resolving 504 errors - CheckUpDown
Use of proxies and caching is increasing on the Web. Our CheckUpDown robot will always try to 'drill through' to the real computer that actually hosts your Web site, but we do not have complete control over where our HTTP request actually ends up. If only one link in the chain of computers dealing with our HTTP request is broken, then an error such as 504 can easily occur.
Please contact us (email preferred) whenever you encounter 504 errors - there is nothing you can do to sort them out. We then have to liaise with your ISP and the vendor of your Web server software so that they can review the flow of IP data traffic between various computers under their control. However this is not an easy error to sort out, because the ebb and flow of Internet traffic makes this type of error very transient.

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Thanks and regards...

Apr 01, 2008 | PC Desktops

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