[Solved] Hmmm...This site cannot be reached
I am frequently getting the above message but clearing cookies will solve it for a couple of minutes. I cannot remain logged in and really don't know what to do. I always have to clear cookies upon any login attempt again, and then trying to post or read or navigate on the site I get the same message.
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What OS and Web browser are you using, not that it helps you but I haven't had problems with computer, tablet or Phone?
Have you a AV application that has gone rouge?
Definitely try another web browser, I am using Safari but that no use to if you don't use Apple products. I will log in with Firefox and see if that is OK for me.
I have no evidence or reason to believe this is in any way shape or form, a site/server related problem.
Firstly "Hmm...cannot reach this page" is a message generated by MS Edge when it cannot find or resolve a web address, Chrome and Firefox give a different response message which would be "This site cannot be reached".
Furthermore the error message you are getting would suggest a local problem at your end, perhaps related to DNS resolution for Radios-TV. Why this would manifest itself in the past week for you or chose to only impact Radios-TV, is something I cannot answer.
It might be related to applications you have updated/installed or any other such combination of random causes. I suppose as a test you could ping Radios-TV, that should return the server IP address (if it doesn't you certainly have resolution problems), you could then put a static entry in your local 'hosts' file (c:\Windows\System32\Drivers\etc\hosts) to see if that brings stability. Its not a recommended fix, only an aid in narrowing it down to shed some light on the fault. It might also be worth temporarily changing your routers configuration to use public DNS instead of your ISP's. If you do this remember to take note of the prior configured addresses or take a router config dump so you can return it to the original set up.
All Franks suggestions should be tried first as your standard fault finding approach.
I have just tested access to the site via the following systems, all work.
- Windows XP with Firefox
- Windows 10 with Edge, Firefox, Chrome and Safari
- Apple iPad iOS Version 9.35 with Safari
- Apple iMac OSX 10.5.x with Safari
- Android 7.0 with Chrome
- Android 8.1 with Chrome
Do you run Avast anti-virus? If so temporarily disable it when the fault occurs, see if that has any effect.