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  #21  
Old September 28th, 2006, 01:24 AM posted to rec.outdoors.fishing.bass
Dan, danl, Redbeard uh Greybeard now
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Default New Secret Weapon spinnerbait

On Wed, 27 Sep 2006 23:34:18 GMT, Chris Rennert
wrote:

A DNS server may have gone down, try going to th is link.
http://216.180.225.50


Nope, neither Netscape or IE will get the page.


johnval1 wrote:
Well, something is goofy in the internet system tonight. I can't get to the
site from any search engine, and the links you guys are providing are coming
up empty as well.

I'm on ATT/Yahoo which may be the problem.

John


"Steve @ OutdoorFrontiers" wrote in
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"Dan, danl, Redbeard uh Greybeard now" wrote in
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Timed out on Netscape and this came up on IE.
==========================================

We can't find "www.secretweaponlures.com"
I use internet explorer and http://www.secretweaponlures.com came right
up.
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G & S Guide Service and Custom Rods
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  #22  
Old September 28th, 2006, 01:25 AM posted to rec.outdoors.fishing.bass
Dan, danl, Redbeard uh Greybeard now
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Default New Secret Weapon spinnerbait

On Wed, 27 Sep 2006 23:35:02 GMT, Chris Rennert
wrote:

Nevermind, I screwed up posting the link.


Dufus...LOL

Chris Rennert wrote:
A DNS server may have gone down, try going to th is link.
http://216.180.225.50

johnval1 wrote:
Well, something is goofy in the internet system tonight. I can't get
to the site from any search engine, and the links you guys are
providing are coming up empty as well.

I'm on ATT/Yahoo which may be the problem.

John


"Steve @ OutdoorFrontiers" wrote in
message ...
"Dan, danl, Redbeard uh Greybeard now" wrote in
message SNIP

Timed out on Netscape and this came up on IE.
==========================================

We can't find "www.secretweaponlures.com"
I use internet explorer and http://www.secretweaponlures.com came
right up.
--
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http://www.outdoorfrontiers.com
G & S Guide Service and Custom Rods
http://www.herefishyfishy.com






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  #23  
Old September 28th, 2006, 02:42 AM posted to rec.outdoors.fishing.bass
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"Dan, danl, Redbeard uh Greybeard now" wrote in message
...
On Wed, 27 Sep 2006 23:34:18 GMT, Chris Rennert
wrote:

A DNS server may have gone down, try going to th is link.
http://216.180.225.50


Nope, neither Netscape or IE will get the page.


Something is screwed up on your end then. I'm using Charter cable and
Secret Weapon's site opens perfectly every time.
--
Steve @ OutdoorFrontiers
http://www.outdoorfrontiers.com
G & S Guide Service and Custom Rods
http://www.herefishyfishy.com


  #24  
Old September 28th, 2006, 02:52 AM posted to rec.outdoors.fishing.bass
Chris Rennert
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Yeah, I am on road runner (NEW), and works fine here as well.
Steve @ OutdoorFrontiers wrote:
"Dan, danl, Redbeard uh Greybeard now" wrote in message
...
On Wed, 27 Sep 2006 23:34:18 GMT, Chris Rennert
wrote:

A DNS server may have gone down, try going to th is link.
http://216.180.225.50

Nope, neither Netscape or IE will get the page.


Something is screwed up on your end then. I'm using Charter cable and
Secret Weapon's site opens perfectly every time.

  #25  
Old September 28th, 2006, 05:56 AM posted to rec.outdoors.fishing.bass
Joe Haubenreich
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Default New Secret Weapon spinnerbait

What John and Dan described isn't a new phenomena. If you search the tech
support forums, you'll run into this complaint pretty often, and rarely will
anyone offer a helpful suggestion on how to work around it.

I suspect that some ISPs block their users' access to our server. I've been
told, although I haven't confirmed it, that an ISP has the capability to
block specific Web sites (or servers). Usually, that occurs if the ISP
judges them to contain pornography, speeches of hate, contempt, slander or
defamation, or if they promote gambling, racism, violence or terrorism.. Our
Web site is hosted on a server farm. They allocate a certain amount of space
to us on a large server, which we share with other clients. We don't own our
own server or lease a dedicated server. Therefore, it's possible that other
clients of the same server farm have used it as a base for unethical or
unsavory activities, and that ISPs have blocked us as a result.

Then, too, our name (Secret Weapon Lures) might be enough to get us blocked.
ISPs that are trying to protect (block) their users from access to terrorist
or militant sites might figure we're a threat. We were contacted some time
back by a person about purchases of military ordinance. He claimed to have
gotten our name from a list of weapons dealers supplied by North Korea.
Since we didn't think they were really in the market for high-tech
spinnerbaits, we didn't follow up.

Just goes to show that mistakes can happen. If you want to contact me
privately and give me the contact information for your ISP, I'll email or
call to see if we're blocked by them.

Joe

"Chris Rennert" wrote in message
...
Yeah, I am on road runner (NEW), and works fine here as well.
Steve @ OutdoorFrontiers wrote:
"Dan, danl, Redbeard uh Greybeard now" wrote in
message
...
On Wed, 27 Sep 2006 23:34:18 GMT, Chris Rennert
wrote:

A DNS server may have gone down, try going to th is link.
http://216.180.225.50

Nope, neither Netscape or IE will get the page.


Something is screwed up on your end then. I'm using Charter cable and
Secret Weapon's site opens perfectly every time.



  #26  
Old September 28th, 2006, 02:10 PM posted to rec.outdoors.fishing.bass
Bob La Londe
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Default New Secret Weapon spinnerbait


"Joe Haubenreich" wrote in
message . ..
What John and Dan described isn't a new phenomena. If you search the tech
support forums, you'll run into this complaint pretty often, and rarely
will
anyone offer a helpful suggestion on how to work around it.

I suspect that some ISPs block their users' access to our server. I've
been
told, although I haven't confirmed it, that an ISP has the capability to
block specific Web sites (or servers). Usually, that occurs if the ISP
judges them to contain pornography, speeches of hate, contempt, slander or
defamation, or if they promote gambling, racism, violence or terrorism..
Our
Web site is hosted on a server farm. They allocate a certain amount of
space
to us on a large server, which we share with other clients. We don't own
our
own server or lease a dedicated server. Therefore, it's possible that
other
clients of the same server farm have used it as a base for unethical or
unsavory activities, and that ISPs have blocked us as a result.

Then, too, our name (Secret Weapon Lures) might be enough to get us
blocked.
ISPs that are trying to protect (block) their users from access to
terrorist
or militant sites might figure we're a threat. We were contacted some time
back by a person about purchases of military ordinance. He claimed to have
gotten our name from a list of weapons dealers supplied by North Korea.
Since we didn't think they were really in the market for high-tech
spinnerbaits, we didn't follow up.

Just goes to show that mistakes can happen. If you want to contact me
privately and give me the contact information for your ISP, I'll email or
call to see if we're blocked by them.

Joe


Blocking is pretty easy. On the flip side websites with a good interface
with their server provider (cpanel usually) can block access by IP or blocks
of IP addresses. Also, lots of scripts such as those used for running
forums can block access to that script.


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Fishing Arizona & The Colorado River
Fishing Forums & Contests
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  #27  
Old September 28th, 2006, 06:54 PM posted to rec.outdoors.fishing.bass
Dan, danl, Redbeard uh Greybeard now
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Default New Secret Weapon spinnerbait

On Wed, 27 Sep 2006 20:42:42 -0500, "Steve @ OutdoorFrontiers"
wrote:


"Dan, danl, Redbeard uh Greybeard now" wrote in message
.. .
On Wed, 27 Sep 2006 23:34:18 GMT, Chris Rennert
wrote:

A DNS server may have gone down, try going to th is link.
http://216.180.225.50


Nope, neither Netscape or IE will get the page.


Something is screwed up on your end then. I'm using Charter cable and
Secret Weapon's site opens perfectly every time.


You said the magic word...Charter, one of the poorest ISP's around. I
have more problems with their SHXXXXX service.

Same results today as before.
  #28  
Old September 28th, 2006, 07:01 PM posted to rec.outdoors.fishing.bass
Dan, danl, Redbeard uh Greybeard now
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Posts: 192
Default New Secret Weapon spinnerbait

On Wed, 27 Sep 2006 23:56:49 -0500, "Joe Haubenreich"
wrote:

What John and Dan described isn't a new phenomena. If you search the tech
support forums, you'll run into this complaint pretty often, and rarely will
anyone offer a helpful suggestion on how to work around it.


With other ISP's I have learned that open servers that allow a lot of
spammers access also get blocked like that.


I suspect that some ISPs block their users' access to our server. I've been
told, although I haven't confirmed it, that an ISP has the capability to
block specific Web sites (or servers). Usually, that occurs if the ISP
judges them to contain pornography, speeches of hate, contempt, slander or
defamation, or if they promote gambling, racism, violence or terrorism.. Our
Web site is hosted on a server farm. They allocate a certain amount of space
to us on a large server, which we share with other clients. We don't own our
own server or lease a dedicated server. Therefore, it's possible that other
clients of the same server farm have used it as a base for unethical or
unsavory activities, and that ISPs have blocked us as a result.

Then, too, our name (Secret Weapon Lures) might be enough to get us blocked.
ISPs that are trying to protect (block) their users from access to terrorist
or militant sites might figure we're a threat. We were contacted some time
back by a person about purchases of military ordinance. He claimed to have
gotten our name from a list of weapons dealers supplied by North Korea.
Since we didn't think they were really in the market for high-tech
spinnerbaits, we didn't follow up.


Punch in secret weapons.com and you'll see what he is after.


Just goes to show that mistakes can happen. If you want to contact me
privately and give me the contact information for your ISP, I'll email or
call to see if we're blocked by them.


Ok, but I think Charter would be hard for you to find a competent
person to deal with. I call my one good contact to see what I can
find out.


Joe

"Chris Rennert" wrote in message
...
Yeah, I am on road runner (NEW), and works fine here as well.
Steve @ OutdoorFrontiers wrote:
"Dan, danl, Redbeard uh Greybeard now" wrote in
message
...
On Wed, 27 Sep 2006 23:34:18 GMT, Chris Rennert
wrote:

A DNS server may have gone down, try going to th is link.
http://216.180.225.50
Nope, neither Netscape or IE will get the page.


Something is screwed up on your end then. I'm using Charter cable and
Secret Weapon's site opens perfectly every time.


  #29  
Old September 28th, 2006, 08:22 PM posted to rec.outdoors.fishing.bass
Dan, danl, Redbeard uh Greybeard now
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Posts: 192
Default New Secret Weapon spinnerbait

On Wed, 27 Sep 2006 23:56:49 -0500, "Joe Haubenreich"
wrote:

What John and Dan described isn't a new phenomena. If you search the tech
support forums, you'll run into this complaint pretty often, and rarely will
anyone offer a helpful suggestion on how to work around it.


Joe, you owe me an hour and 15 minutes out of my life. I called
charter and no, it is not my computer. They don't know what it is
yet. If it is anything like the problem with my news groups it will
be about 3 weeks before it is corrected. {:O)

Well, I tried! I'll keep ya posted.


I suspect that some ISPs block their users' access to our server. I've been
told, although I haven't confirmed it, that an ISP has the capability to
block specific Web sites (or servers). Usually, that occurs if the ISP
judges them to contain pornography, speeches of hate, contempt, slander or
defamation, or if they promote gambling, racism, violence or terrorism.. Our
Web site is hosted on a server farm. They allocate a certain amount of space
to us on a large server, which we share with other clients. We don't own our
own server or lease a dedicated server. Therefore, it's possible that other
clients of the same server farm have used it as a base for unethical or
unsavory activities, and that ISPs have blocked us as a result.

Then, too, our name (Secret Weapon Lures) might be enough to get us blocked.
ISPs that are trying to protect (block) their users from access to terrorist
or militant sites might figure we're a threat. We were contacted some time
back by a person about purchases of military ordinance. He claimed to have
gotten our name from a list of weapons dealers supplied by North Korea.
Since we didn't think they were really in the market for high-tech
spinnerbaits, we didn't follow up.

Just goes to show that mistakes can happen. If you want to contact me
privately and give me the contact information for your ISP, I'll email or
call to see if we're blocked by them.

Joe

"Chris Rennert" wrote in message
...
Yeah, I am on road runner (NEW), and works fine here as well.
Steve @ OutdoorFrontiers wrote:
"Dan, danl, Redbeard uh Greybeard now" wrote in
message
...
On Wed, 27 Sep 2006 23:34:18 GMT, Chris Rennert
wrote:

A DNS server may have gone down, try going to th is link.
http://216.180.225.50
Nope, neither Netscape or IE will get the page.


Something is screwed up on your end then. I'm using Charter cable and
Secret Weapon's site opens perfectly every time.


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