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Web browers wont go to internet but i can ping them.

Posted on 2015-01-27
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I have a network pc that will not go out to the internet from IE, Firefox or Chrome.
I can ping web sites fine
tried
netsh winsock reset all
netsh int ip reset all
route -f
arp -d
nbstat -r
nbstat -rr
ipconfig /flushdns
ipconfig /registerdns
checked for virsus
removed from domain and rejoined
check for proxies
Still to no avail, can anyone help ?

thank you
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Question by:Randy Madej
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by:Paul MacDonald
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I would double-check for a proxy, then check my local firewall rules.  If you can PING and/or TRACERT to a valid domain, something blocking web traffic on that machine is about the only thing left.
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by:Randy Madej
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checked all proxies in the 3 browsers and the local proxy all good, Local firewall is off.

Only pc out of about 1000 doing this
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by:it_saige
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You don't happen to have your router configured with a rule to block traffic from port 80 on this computer do you?  Try connecting to an HTTPs site and see if that comes up.

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by:Randy Madej
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No the router is not configured to block port 80
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by:Paul MacDonald
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Is the client a DHCP client?  If so, see what happens if you make it a static client.
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It was just a thought syco...  I have seen it where someone wants to block internet access for one computer so they either use a MAC filter or someone means to block that access from the router.  Which is why I wanted you to try an HTTPs address...

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nader alkahtani earned 500 total points
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Download psping tool  https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/sysinternals/jj729731
 then issue  following command :
Psping [Google. Com IP address] :80
If not replay the try port 8080
If it replay,  then tcp port no 80 or 8080is available
Go  to Internet options to change proxy settings port to 80 or 8080  http://m.wikihow.com/Change-Proxy-Settings
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by:nader alkahtani
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If the mentioned ports didn't replay, that means the firewall blocked them
 Firewall settings to permit that ports or from the middle firewall
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