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Fios problem? 99% of webpages won't load and I get "cannot find server" message.

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Fios problem? 99% of webpages won't load and I get "cannot find server" message.

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I need to know if this sounds like a problem with my Fios, lately (depends on the day) webpages won't load and I get a "cannot find server" message.  This seems to be happening more frequently. It seems that 99% of webpages I try to pull up won't load or do so intermittenly.  Like I'm able to be on this webpage, but I can't get google to come up...what gives?  I have not made any changes to my computer and I am on a desktop.  I have a Verizon Actiontec router.

 

 

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Re: Fios problem? 99% of webpages won't load and I get "cannot find server" message.

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Unplug the router for a minute and plug it back up.  Works for me when I'm at home.

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Re: Fios problem? 99% of webpages won't load and I get "cannot find server" message.

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Unplug the router for a minute and plug it back up.  Works for me when I'm at home.

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Re: Fios problem? 99% of webpages won't load and I get "cannot find server" message.

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Such a simple solution!  Thanks!!! Now I can save myself some aggrevation sitting at the computer WAITING for a page to decide to load.  Why does this happen?
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Re: Fios problem? 99% of webpages won't load and I get "cannot find server" message.

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Router will lock up sometimes after a long period of use.  I believe its because it runs out of memory or something...but I'm sure someone else will chime in with a more correct answer...glad that fixed it! 
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Re: Fios problem? 99% of webpages won't load and I get "cannot find server" message.

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Router will lock up sometimes after a long period of use. I believe its because it runs out of memory or something.

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Perhaps it is because the router has a small routing table?

Source: http://www.verizonfioswiki.com/index.php/Using_Your_Own_Router

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