I get " Network Error (tcp_error) " on specific websites :/?
Hi :) Ok so the previous day my internet was sort of down(exclamation point next to the network thing on the task-bar) I couldn't access any sites but my xbox live was working 0_o Well my dad said he must have not paid our provider, so he went and payed. The internet started working but it was f-ed up like sometimes i had no internet access etc. Any wayz it sorted it self out but here's the thing: Most websites work but some specific ones dont and the following thing comes up: Network Error (tcp_error) "A communication error occurred: "Operation timed out" The Web Server may be down, too busy, or experiencing other problems preventing it from responding to requests. You may wish to try again at a later time" This is coming on many of the randomest of sites, on my other computer and iPhone too. Other sites are working just fine! I live in UAE and they have this fiber-optics thing and i have a router (lol dunno much abt these stuff) Thank you so much for your time and I hope you will be able to help me :) If you would like further info plz ask and follow up:D
Can I connect to a LAN and Wireless Network at the same time?
If you're talking about two wireless networks, then no, you can't do this unless you add a second wireless card so you'll have two physical radios that can operate simultaneously. (There are two-radio chips/cards designed for use in access points, but I've never heard of one being built into a general-use computer.) Even then, or with one wired connection, it can be difficult to (a) persuade the OS to enable both simultaneously and (b) get the routing right so that connections happen the way you want. What's often easier is to connect to the unsecured network, then connect to your corporate VPN (assuming you have one) through that. The inefficiency of going through an extra hop or two should be minimal, and in the process most VPN software will do a pretty decent job of setting up the routes properly for you. You can do something similar with ssh tunnels as well (it's how I connect to my office from anywhere else) but that's a bit more complicated.
How can I play dead island online on ps3?
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How to change LAN Network IP address when computer asks to restart every time but doesn't affect the change?
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Trying to run Diablo 2 on LAN - can't connect!?
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Can I play games online using a VPN?
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Should I give JEE Mains online?
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How should I connect to my java web application in another computer?
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