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How to unblock a normal website getting blocked in fortigate 110C


it might be blocking it on ip address for an offending website and the other normal education website may be on the same ip address. may need to alter the ip address being blocked it may be based only on the network address for the banned web site rather than using a full host address. as an example in laymans terms say banned site was as a made up ip address 103.34.50.1 and say as an example the other web site was 103.34.50.2 and your firewall blocks 103.34.50.?? this means block ip address 103.34.50.0 thru to 103.34.50.254 this is what I meant by a network address usually denoted as 103.34.50.0 the 0 is the network identifier

Sep 17, 2015 | Computers & Internet

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Block website


go to your router settings (by typing 192.168.0.1 into your browser) and look for your firewall settings which is what is blocking the websites. if all else fails just reset to default settings.

May 06, 2013 | ASUS WIRELESS ROUTER |WL-520G - RT...

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Site is blocked


You\'ll find many products for blocking websites.

Some work for the general user who wants to block spammers
while others are for parents who want to block harmful content from their
children.

Both types of products vary in price and sometimes lead to
more headaches by blocking the content you do want to see.

Before you take that step, try these ideas for blocking
websites easily and for free.



Allow Internet Explorer to block websites by going to "Internet
Options" under "Tools."


Select the "Content" button and go to
"Content Advisor."

Enable Content Advisor by clicking the button and adding a
supervisor\'s password.


If you don\'t use a password, anyone can go into Internet
Explorer and unblock websites.

Content Advisor allows you to use settings in four areas:
ratings, approved sites, general and advanced.


Focus on "ratings" and "approved sites"
to block websites.








Adjust the slider under ratings for language, nudity,
and violence.


You have five choices that range from "None" to
"Explicit."

The ratings option only affects some pages with many
websites slipping under the radar.


Go to the next step to block specific websites from Content
Advisor.




Click on the "Approved Sites" tab to add a
website.


Click "Never" to block the website.

Select "OK."




Edit host files when using the Content Advisor isn\'t
enough.


Your host files stores information that includes files to
block. Click "Start" and "Run."

Type in the following to get to the host commands from
Windows XP: C:WindowsSystem32driversetchosts.




Scroll to the bottom of the notepad window where you
should find the line "127.0.0.1."


Push your enter key and type in the block command of
127.0.0.1 followed by the website.

For example, to block MySpace, you would type 127.0.0.1
myspace.com.




Add additional websites to block by adding one number to
the last number in the internal ip before the website address.

For example, the next one would be 127.0.02.

When you are finished, save the file and exit.







Apr 24, 2013 | Acer Aspire Computers & Internet

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How to block facebook through DLINK 615 router


Login to your DLink router through your web browser. Click the advanced tab.
In the left column, click the Website Filter option. To block sites, enter their website addresses in the space provided (Do not add the http://). Blocking the websites at the router level ensures all traffic leaving your network will be affected by these rules. These include computers, smart phones, gaming consoles and anything else with a web browser.
You can block websites with Dlink router or change the DNS settings in your router and use a service like OpenDNS to block websites.

If you need any kind of technical assistance you can contact support cell at http://www.vtechsquad.com/

Nov 23, 2012 | D-Link DIR-615 Wireless Router

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I CANT GET ON FACEBOOK,NO CLUE WHY BUT CAN GET ON OTHER WEBSITES


Your school must have blocked websited like Facebook. You will need a free web proxy like MaverickEyes.com to access any blocked website like Facebook, YouTube etc from school.
Enjoy :)

Apr 04, 2011 | Facebook Computers & Internet

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Block the particular website


u cando it in ur computer
one way by ur antivirus and the firewall
if u got xp and it can be done through the internet explorer
tools-internet options -content - enable and choose the password and from there u can choose the website u can view or block

May 23, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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How do you get on a blocked website?


I guess you use a wireless network in your school or any institution where they block all the websites of social networking and other sites. You can unblock such sites by using proxy. There are many proxy websites on the net. Just search for "online proxies" in google and go to a proxy site and type the url of the website that is blocked..You can access the blocked websites. There are also some softwares namely Ultrasurf .You can download it from here http://www.ultrareach.com/ .This one is useful.

Jan 08, 2009 | YouTube Videos

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Want block an websites


that's a broswer issue..it's under preferences, content usually

Apr 23, 2008 | HP Pavilion a1410n (ER890AA) PC Desktop

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