This is a weird one, so I'll try to include as much information as I can: I am unable to open a webpage, www.comcast.net
, on any computer in my network. This is not a browser specific issue either, as all computers on the network have different web browsers and all time out when trying to open the page. At first I thought it might have been malware, or a browser hijacker, or some such. After checking the system thoroughly, all I found were tracking cookies (which I removed). I then thought that the problem was McAfee (program was not updating). After uninstalling the software and trying to open the web page, I encountered the same result. I opened a command prompt and pinged the webpage and got replies on all sent packets. I then took one of the computers off the network and connected it at a different location. The web page opened fine with every attempt. By method of elimination I can conclude that the problem is either the router or the ISP itself. I don't know what to look for, though. The router has the factory defaults and the ISP (Comcast) tech support say that I should be able to open that page. When I get the computer back to the network, I'll try taking the router out of the system and see if I can connect then. Does anyone have any other things that I can try?