Hi, I got a new router recently and up until now, the website www.battle.net and all sites branched from that page no longer load for me. When I use Network Utility to traceroute it, I get 17 lines of normal text each time and then every subsequent line is followed by *** For example: ... 14 tbr2.sffca.ip.att.net (188.8.131.52) 92.612 ms 88.506 ms 90.237 ms 15 gar4.sffca.ip.att.net (184.108.40.206) 105.396 ms 153.584 ms 218.631 ms 16 idf22-gsr12-1-pos-6-0.rwc1.attens.net (220.127.116.11) 88.235 ms 88.952 ms 89.985 ms 17 mdf2-bi8k-1-eth-1-1.rwc1.attens.net (18.104.22.168) 91.769 ms 89.494 ms 91.577 ms 18 *** 19 *** 20 *** ... That pattern continues forever until I stop it. When I ping the website, I get these results: Ping has started ... PING battle.net (22.214.171.124): 56 data bytes --- battle.net ping statistics --- 10 packets transmitted, 0 packets received, 100% packet loss In FireFox, when I try to access it it says "Network Timeout. The server at www.battle.net is taking too long to respond." When plugging the IP address into the browser I get the same thing (126.96.36.199). Here is a list of things I have tried: Different browsers Resetting my modem Restarting my computer/the PC the router is plugged into On the PC in cmd.exe I executed the ipconfig /flushdns command I tried changing my IP address on my computer and lots of others I can't think of right now. When I plug the modem directly into the PC, I can view the site just fine so I figure it has something to do with the router? Nothing in the prefs has changed from when I was able to view it and from when I wasn't able to view it. Does anybody have any ideas? It's driving me crazy. Also, another problem that I think is related is I have troubles signing onto MSN, and when I open iChat to sign onto AIM it says that the network is busy and I can't be signed in. What is going on.... Any help would be appreciated.