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Hello, I use a popular website hrca.net (Hornby Railways Collectors Association). Since about 12th February this year attempted access just times out saying the site is busy or down. I get the same problem using other browsers. Firefox flags a certificate/name/address error warning which can be bypassed but not very convenient and possibly unsafe. The owner of the website asked me to try the IP address as a test and it works perfectly. Why is Firefox suddenly flagging this problem after 6 years of using this site without any issues? The website owner says no other users have reported any problems. There are 2000+ users. I have tried clearing the cache, disabling add-ons and resetting Firefox. Using CMD tracert I have discovered the IP address called by hrca.net on my laptop is not the same as the one supplied by website owner. Any ideas would be greatly appreciated.

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Hello, I use a popular website hrca.net (Hornby Railways Collectors Association). Since about 12th February this year attempted access just times out saying the site is busy or down. I get the same problem using other browsers. Firefox flags a certificate/name/address error warning which can be bypassed but not very convenient and possibly unsafe. The owner of the website asked me to try the IP address as a test and it works perfectly. Why is Firefox suddenly flagging this problem after 6 years of using this site without any issues? The website owner says no other users have reported any problems. There are 2000+ users. I have tried clearing the cache, disabling add-ons and resetting Firefox. Using CMD tracert I have discovered the IP address called by hrca.net on my laptop is not the same as the one supplied by website owner. Any ideas would be greatly appreciated. Vic Mumby

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Right, can you do this?

Open up the command prompt (In Windows, you can use WINDOWS KEY+R to open Run dialogue box and type cmd) ... To see your current DNS settings, type ipconfig /displaydns and press Enter.

You can also set 80.82.119.4 hrca.net in your host file and this should fix the dns issue.

https://helpdeskgeek.com/windows-7/windows-7-hosts-file/

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Is this what they gave you?

hrca.net 80.82.119.4

Who are you using for DNS?

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Does it make a difference if you use the wwww. prefixed version: https://www.hrca.net/

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Thank you all for replies. Yes, 80.82.119.4 is the correct IP address and the connection works if I use https://80.82.119.4.

However, if I use https://www.hrca.net/ the connection fails. The website hosting provider is suggesting that somehow the DNS resolver is somehow bypassed by an issue with a 'host' driver in my machine and connecting me to 81.130.111.239 which is not one of their IP addresses.

The investigation continues.........

Many thanks

Vic

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Giải pháp được chọn

Right, can you do this?

Open up the command prompt (In Windows, you can use WINDOWS KEY+R to open Run dialogue box and type cmd) ... To see your current DNS settings, type ipconfig /displaydns and press Enter.

You can also set 80.82.119.4 hrca.net in your host file and this should fix the dns issue.

https://helpdeskgeek.com/windows-7/windows-7-hosts-file/

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I use this to block ad sites back in the day.

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I'm still curious to know who your dns provider is.  ;-)) It may also help your surfing of the interwebs if you changed your provider. I was using opendns, but get better performance from cloudflare.

https://www.grc.com/dns/benchmark.htm

Just a tip.  ;-))

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You can also try to DNS Lookup tool on the about:networking page to check the resolution.

Are you using DoH (DNS over HTTPS) in Firefox ?