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How do I stop Firefox from remembering website redirects?

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When I log on to a certain wlan, it asks me to open the browser to provide log-in information. If I then open Firefox (or enter a website if Firefox is already running), I will be redirected to the network log-in site. That is all working as intended. However, Firefox then seems to remember that I was redirected to the login-site from the start page (or whatever website I was entering). So, all subsequent attempts to load that page will be automatically redirected to the login-site, even if I am already connected or if I'm using another network. There seems to be no way to reach the desired site without erasing the browser history of the first redirect.

When I log on to a certain wlan, it asks me to open the browser to provide log-in information. If I then open Firefox (or enter a website if Firefox is already running), I will be redirected to the network log-in site. That is all working as intended. However, Firefox then seems to remember that I was redirected to the login-site from the start page (or whatever website I was entering). So, all subsequent attempts to load that page will be automatically redirected to the login-site, even if I am already connected or if I'm using another network. There seems to be no way to reach the desired site without erasing the browser history of the first redirect.

Modified by komahp