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Hi! im conencted wirelessly but i cannot access some websites

Hi! im connected wirelessly but i cannot access some websites..server with .com - i cannot browse but server with .net - I can browse. Im using mac laptop and im connected to uverse. i need help i cannot figured it out. thanks a lot.>alex

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Well if you can browse the net with .net and not .com
you should check with your service provider, they must have blocked the .com domains.

Posted on Jan 28, 2009

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