Cont'd (a little too fast on the send)
We actually run a pretty uncomplicated site. We were loading crappily designed sites ( and really good ones ( and to see if it was something we had done wrong. In all three cases the pages came up without a problem.
Adaryl Wakefield
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Programmer by sheer force of will
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Sent: Tuesday, September 16, 2003 3:06 PM
Subject: RE: [KCFusion] web server trouble shooting (OT)

Almost sounds like a DNS problem or a localized internet routing problem. Did you by chance ping your server or do a tracert to it? What did you do to "coax" the KState's site into loading? Did you try following the same Remote Desktop steps that you took on the one laptop on one of the others? If so, how did that go?

Bruce Dunwiddie
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-----Original Message-----
From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]On Behalf Of Adaryl Wakefield
Sent: Tuesday, September 16, 2003 1:04 PM
Subject: [KCFusion] web server trouble shooting (OT)

I had a bizarre experience over the weekend. We hosted a conference out in BFE (Valley Falls) and took 10 laptops, networked them and connected them to the buildings internet connection which was an ISDN line. While there was noticible slow down in people surfing the web, what was really fustrating was you could not go to our organizations website. It flat refused to load. It would say web site found and the progress bar would get started but then it would just sit there. We could go pretty much everywhere else (KStates was not loading for a while but we coaxed that one into action with much waiting) but our site. One of the presentations focused on how to use our site so I finally got around it by remote desktoping into our server and looking at the site from there but once i had done that the site would load fast as anything looking at it just on the laptop (as opposed to looking at the laptop looking at the server). But it only worked on THAT laptop. All the others were still refusing to load. I had no clue what that was all about and all three of us were scratching our head. Anybody have any ideas on how I could have gone about "fixing" that?

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