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It sounds as if your isp has updated its DNS servers with a different address.

It may be that this update can be done automatically on windows, but on the Mac, OSX will not allow applications to update your DNS settings - one of the ways OSX is just more secure than Windows

Ask them what the addresses of the the servers are and update the settings yourself. The DNS settings are in System Preferences > Network

Click on the Advanced button and then select the DNS tab from the dialogue that pops up
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