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Discussion in 'macOS' started by cky923, Dec 25, 2008.
yes, i have tried other browsers including firefox, and opera
let me know if u van help
Looks to me like port 443 is blocked; the port that is used to establish https connections (secure).
What Should i do???
Are you by chance working behind a proxy? If you are, make sure that both the http and https entries are filled in and checked in the network preference pane.
Sorry, im pretty stupid, could you please give me more detailled info???
Thanks, and happy holidays!!!!
Go to System Preferences->Network and see if you are getting an IP from network (use the 'Advanced' button). While there turn off IPv6 and at the top of the Network pane make a new "Location" (call it what you want). This way you can start fresh and get a new IP.
It didn't work
Well were you getting an IP?
Sorry im retatted, i dont know what u mean?
An IP. You know that magical number that gives your computer an number so it can communicate on the network.
Yeah, but what do i have to do to fix it???
I again to ask a simple question. Did you get an IP from the router?