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Two websites only acessible through VPN.

It was an ISP problem. If you try any method found  easily on internet to solve this problem but still the problem persists, most sure it is an problem coming from your ISP.

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Those two websites below stopped working on my PC a couple of days ago: 

 

http://store.steampowered.com/

Steam Store website does not load properly and this also happen on Steam windows client.

 

http://nvidia.com/

Nvidia website does not load and chrome show an error: ERR_CONNECTION_TIMED_OUT.

 

I can only access them through VPN. This is the only way I found to make the website load.

This also occurs on my smartphone through the wifi of same connection.

I tried many fix for both particular issues but nothing worked.
Nothing changed on my network.

 

Any reason and possible fix for this problem ?

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are you using static or dynamic IP? if you are using dynamic then try refreshing your IP.
the problem with dynamic IPs is that if they get blocked somewhere, the next "owner" will be locked out of that content as well.


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Posted · Original PosterOP
3 hours ago, xGGAx said:

are you using static or dynamic IP? if you are using dynamic then try refreshing your IP.
the problem with dynamic IPs is that if they get blocked somewhere, the next "owner" will be locked out of that content as well.

ipconfig /all

DHCP show as "no".

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Posted · Original PosterOP · Best Answer

It was an ISP problem. If you try any method found  easily on internet to solve this problem but still the problem persists, most sure it is an problem coming from your ISP.

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