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I cannot get to a website on my network

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I am the network admin for our company. We have a cisco asa 5510 router. Our problem is we are trying to get to a website and it does not load or know where to find it. It worked about two weeks ago. When I google the website I can click on it but it just sits there like it cannot find the website. www.softballfans.com . It seems like the router or the dns cannot find the location of this site anymore. I know it works because I can get to it on my smartphone. I can ping it and it gives me a address of 67.43.10.5 i've even tried putting that in the web browser address field. I tried to flush dns and that didn't seem to help either. I think it may be my router?
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Did you have a look at the logs on your router/firewall?
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What if you tracer from your PC to this address? What are the results?
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what happens when you nslookup softballfans.com from cmd?
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I tried number-1 way and I still get the same results nothing. the sports only does not work either
After I get to the gateway it times out on the tracert cmd. after the gateway.
I did not look at the logs on the firewall yet

to it seems it gets to the firewall/gateway and it drops .
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If your router thinks it's a local site it may be trying to get to it on the LAN. Does it change the address to something like 192.xxx.xxx.xxx or 10.xxx.xxx.xxx ?
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I dont think so but I dont know where to look for that. In the logs on the firewall?
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Just the address bar
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It still might be wise to give it a shot and check the firewall logs. You never know what you might find ;)
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firewall was blcoking the address
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Glad you solved it. As said, you never know what you might find :)

Thx for the points.
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