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Internet, Networking, and Wireless Discussion of networking, internet, and wireless including Apple's Airport products.

Airport is blocking/not connecting to site


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My airport is blocking traffic from a specific server.

I can get access to the sites if I connect direct to the cable modem.

I can access the sites on the same server from outside my house.

I can access the sites and receive email from my phone.

No computer mac or PC can get onto the sites.

If I log into my remote desktop from work at home I can get onto the sites.

The air card must be blocking them or not connecting to it. I have no idea why and it is very frustrating as I can't receive email at home nor can I update any of the sites using the control panel.

Help. Please.
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Need more info. Year and model of your Mac and which version of OS X you're using.

Airport does not have the capability to block a specific server. It's either on or off. Sounds like you're using a router with your cable modem? If so, which make and model?

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Thanks for the reply.

I'm using Leopard in a macbook and the router is in a time machine. I'm not at home so I can't get the exact number but I have performed all the updates on Leopard and for the time machine/air port
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Are you using an Apple Time Capsule? If so, which model. Also... look in your manual for instructions on how to reset it back to factory default. Resetting may resolve the problem.

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It is an apple time capsule and it just stopped allowing me to connect one day. Weird.

The time capsule is an a1254.
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