I am using a website 3dors.com which is a site used by employment agencies. There is a login area that I login to and do stuff there. The login area has 4-5 different pages that I access. The site is done in MS Ajax and .net 2.0
Now the problem is, when I access this site and LOGIN to the site with my username and password from home, or anywhere else while connected directly to the internet everything works perfectly fine. But when I go to my office and connect through the office LAN, I can still loginto the website, the front page loads...... but none of the other pages load.
Please remember that when I go to the office, I have to input my TCP/Ip settings (IP address, gateway, DNS address and subnet mask etc). All other internet sites load while at the office, even 3dors.com login page loads and i am able to successfully login, but once I am in..... none of the other tabs will load.
IMPORTANT: When I take the mouse to click on one of the links that do not load..... IE displays those links on the status bar as follows:
I have done tests with two laptops. One with Vista and one with XP both running IE Ver.7
Both laptops while connected directly to the internet can access the site seamlessly. But when I take them to my office and input the TCP/IP settings for my office LAN, they wouldnt load these pages.
I have talked to the tech support at 3dors.com and the network admin at my office. I have included their responses here: Please read on.
============RESPONSE FROM 3dors.com tech support==============
============RESPONSE FROM MY LAN NETWORK ADMIN===========
From our side, we have no firewall or any other blocking mechanism in place. Below are the traceroute results from our router (note: looks like ICMP is blocked):
Traceroute from 1235baystreet to www.3dors.com
Again, we do not have a firewall or any other form of blocking or special routing, traffic shaping, port blocking, etc in place.