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Someone blocked websites with netgear firewall

I have been blocked by several websites because someone blocked me using netgear firewall HELP ME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Web Site Blocked by NETGEAR Firewall


The most common problem for your case is that the settings at the Netgear router block the web site you are trying to visit. Go at the router's settings page, locate the firewall settings and temporary disable the firewall. Check the results. In case this solve your problem, either disable the firewall or modify the existing rule that block the url that you visit. Alternative you can check the block site list at the router settings page (sometimes called parental control) and remove the url from this list.

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Aug 04, 2011 | Network Security & Firewall Devices

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I just like to be able to check my facebook account. computer has antivirus or some then comes up as block content filter


Netgear's block brings up a red screen IIRC and you know that it has been blocked. If you own the router, log into it and fix it, if it's someone else's router, tough luck.

It's unlikely that an antivirus program would block facebook.

Carl

Feb 04, 2011 | NetGear PROSAFE 200 FVX538 (FVX538NA)...

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I have firewalled wireless router of netgear at my collage. it has blocked the orkut. neither the proxy nor any method is working to browse orkut. pls give some technical help


Hi,

You can download Ultrasurf (it is like proxy)and install in your computer,and use this brouser to access orkut.

link for ultrasurf
http://www.ultrareach.com/





Hope it resolved your this issue
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Feb 09, 2010 | NetGear ProSafe FVG318 (606449041668)...

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What websites are not blocked by forticlient


netgear has blocked zwinky.com
and i have not been on it for days and days
today me and my sis wanted to have 30min of zwinky
but i couldn't get because of netgear:(

Jan 16, 2010 | Fortinet, Inc. FortiClient Host Securtity...

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How do I unblockk blocked websites, I can read my email, but when I click on a link it tells me that it is blocked


Who blocked them? In a Netgear router, the administrator blocks websites based on keywords or sites. In our case, we block them for a reason.

If the network belongs to you, you need to read the instructions for the setup. If it belongs to someone else, I guess they don't want you to go there.

Carl

Nov 14, 2009 | HP Network Security & Firewall Devices

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My boyfriend blocked myspace with Netgear Firewall and I want to remove it..How do I do it?


yes there are alot of "special websites" that allow you to go to blocked websites, these "special websites" are called proxies, all you have to do to go to this site and then type the site you want to go to and you there
go to http://www.browser9.com/
type the site, press enter then scrool down the page…
if that doesnt work go to google and search proxy sites ……happy surfing…..

Nov 29, 2008 | NetGear FIREWALL NETGEAR|FVS336G R

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How do i unblock netgear firewall


Lets say this is blocking Facebook:

the URL would be: http://www.facebook.com

and it would be blocked.

Instead, type the http part with an extra s, so that it's https://

So now it would be https://www.facebook.com

Often times this will unblock. Just the only annoying thing with this is that you'll have to keep adding "s" to the end of it every time you visit a new page, but it's better than nothing.

Hope this helps!

Nov 28, 2008 | Network Security & Firewall Devices

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