|Posted on Tuesday, 21 December, 2004 - 12:50 pm: |
Has anyone else noticed that they cannot access this site from an ntl dialup or broadband connection?
|Posted on Tuesday, 21 December, 2004 - 01:01 pm: |
Yes, I get that alot when trying to access this site from my ntl dialup at home - sometimes I can access it, but mostly I can't. Not sure why this is. I have a v. low opinion of NTL in general so am prepared to believe that it is their fault.
|Posted on Tuesday, 21 December, 2004 - 04:00 pm: |
Thanks. I wondered if ntl customers had been blocked for some reason.
|Posted on Tuesday, 21 December, 2004 - 09:04 pm: |
While waiting on a slow connection to this forum the following message appeared >...waiting for c1.statcounter.com. Out of interest I looked at http://www.statcounter.com/how_it_works.html. It does look as if SE23.com has begun using cookies to track visitors.
Hopefully this will not compromise privacy as it says: "Important Privacy Note: StatCounter.Com respects your privacy, and the privacy of your visitors. Personally identifiable information such as visitor's name, telephone number, postal address and email address are technically impossible for StatCounter to collect and no attempt is made to do so."
|Posted on Wednesday, 22 December, 2004 - 07:27 am: |
I have an NTL broadbeans connection in Brighton and have no trouble at all accessing the site.
|Posted on Saturday, 22 January, 2005 - 06:02 pm: |
I'm on NTL Dialup and have'nt been able to access the site since the beginning of the year. I'm posting this from my computer at work. I don't normally have access at work but someone has left themselves logged on and I thought I would take the opportunity to find out what's going on.
|Posted on Monday, 24 January, 2005 - 12:12 pm: |
I've also been unable to access this site from my NTL dialup at home. I emailed NTL last week about this problem and am waiting to hear back from them. Five days later and still no response, but this is NTL we're dealing with. I refuse to ring them as it's one of those £20 a minute numbers that these dial up/broadband provider types love to use. I'll let you know if they come back with any useful info.
|Posted on Monday, 31 January, 2005 - 10:53 pm: |
The problem would seem to be a function of the Apache server which is blocking access from the NTL ISP.
|Posted on Thursday, 03 February, 2005 - 10:15 am: |
BT, have you had any other feedback from NTL about whether this problem will ever be fixed?
|Posted on Thursday, 03 February, 2005 - 02:41 pm: |
What is going on with this? It's ridiculous. I got an email from ntl last week, basically telling me that it's my fault I am unable to access this site from my ntlworld dialup account. It's obvious that it is a problem at their end, but nothing seems to be done about it.
|Posted on Wednesday, 23 February, 2005 - 12:47 pm: |
Much success! I'm now able to access this site from my ntl dial up service. How about everyone else?
|Posted on Thursday, 24 February, 2005 - 08:25 am: |
Yes we're back on. re my previous post about the Apache server, I got the information from a web site that tests website access and useage(can't remember the name unfortunately but I try to find it again). Apparently it is a setting that the server and website need to enable.Pity that NTL seem to be having so many problems over the last few days.
|Posted on Sunday, 27 March, 2005 - 08:55 am: |
Still can't get on via NTL AGAIN. Having to dial up on freeserve and pay 1p/min.