Thank you for your reply. I really do not understand were the problem is, I am
tending to think it is a problem at the routing level now. I ask two of my
co-workers to go home and test the website in their machines using vista, they
did, and were able to access it in IE 7.x and Firefox; however, I still puzzle,
why are the machines using windows XP downward able to load the site in IE or
Firefox. I know that you or someone else mention something regarding IPV6 TCP
window encapsulation at the routing level, yet I am testing vista at work (over
3000 nodes), this is one of the test I am performing before deploying it. It
seems weir that www.freebsd.org is the only website experiencing the problem so
BTW, the FreeBSD servers in out LAN also cannot access www.freebsd.org;as a
temporary solution, I have been able to access the handbook via
www.uk.freebsd.org . This is a really weird issue that is bothering me and I
won't stop until it is solve, sooner or later our client side will be migrated
to Windows Vista hence our users are not computer literate to migrate to Unix
or Linux at this point in time. I still looking for clues if anyone has found a
solution to this, meanwhile I appreciate your effort Gerard and that of many
others that have contribute to resolve this matter.
> While his reply may not have been the most cordial that I have seen, it was
> nevertheless quite on point. I have used Vista and IE7 to connect to FBSD
> without incident. It therefore becomes evident that the problem is germane to
> you rather than the whole FBSD group at large.
> Did you actually read the link given to you in an earlier post? You might also
> try contacting your ISP and see if there is a problem there. You could also
> just use another browser that is more tolerant than IE7 appears to be in this
> If you reply again, please lose the 'top posting' format. It makes following
> your replies far more trouble than it is worth.
> A: Because it fouls the order in which people normally read text.
> Q: Why is top-posting such a bad thing?
> A: Top-posting.
> Q: What is the most annoying thing on usenet and in e-mail?
> TOPIC: Posting Etiquette
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