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    I cannot access a website on Mac
    I cannot get to this website from my macbook pro. Welcome to Centralized Showing Service, Inc.

    I have tried safari, chrome and firefox. I have deleted my cache and browser history, reset my wireless router all to no changes.

    I can get there from my windows PC but really need it to work on my mac. do you have any other suggestions?

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    When I take my mac to work I can get on the site. Maybe it has something to do with my ISP? But like I said, it works on my PC at home.

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    I seem to be getting there fine on my 2008 MacBook Pro running 10.8.3. I can see the fields for entering login info as well as the login buttons. Is that all there is on the page or should I be seeing more?
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    thanks Slydude for checking...The problem is something to do with my macook when I am on my home network. When on the makbook on my work network (wireless) there is no problem. I am lost for what to do.

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    Working here also.
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    I just tried to access the website from the link you posted and can not from either Chrome or Safari. I don't have a Win box up to check to see if I can from IE. I'll try a bit later with my iPad using cellular. Clearly there is a problem somewhere.... ?

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    What ISP are the 2 of you using - nvm. That wouldn't answer why it works in Windows from the same location.

    chscag - try the main site at:

    showings.com

    then select DFW from the drop down if you get there.
    I cannot be held responsible for the things that come out of my mouth.
    In the Windows world, most everything folks don't understand is called a virus.

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    I just tried the main site, no go. I'm on Verizon FIOS in case that has anything to do with it. Also, I'm using the Google Public DNS servers. Don't know if that's related but is a possibility.

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    Well, I just fired up the iPad 3 and used Verizon LTE - immediately got to the site without difficulty. Something's up though as to why I couldn't access it from my normal WiFi using Verizon. And by the way, I tried the WiFi from the iPad (also hooked to my home network) and couldn't access the site.

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    I'm having no trouble with it here (10.8.3, latest Safari).

    I can only guess that perhaps it has something to do with the Google DNS, since chscag's Verizon LTE had no trouble with it.

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    I use Open DNS here.

    Not that it should matter, chscag and I are both in the DFW area with the op also.
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    THanks guys...that is the same issue I have...I cannot get on with my wifi (Verizon FIOS) but can with ipone using 4g.

    However, I can get on with my windows PC and verizon FIOS.

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    I don't have the time right now to fool with it, but later on this evening I'll get into the Verizon ActionTech Router internal menu and see if that web site is being blocked or the IP address range is being blocked. The ActionTech routers Verizon use have that ability. I can't see how using Google or any other DNS server would have an effect.

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    Me neither, but this is a real puzzler so we have to look at everything.

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