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    Also restart one of the browsers in troubleshooting mode.. with firefox click help>troublshoot mode>restart. Don't click 'refresh' when prompted otherwise you'll lose all your extensions and settings permanently.
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    the only difference i see is the ipv4 and ipv6 addresses in the network settings

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    i opened firefox in troubleshooting mode but really have no idea what to do next tried the sites same thing

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    The ipv4 addresses could be an issue. Post what you have for those on the working and non-working computers.

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    working 192.168.0.145/24 non working 192.168.0.121/24 192.168.0.118/24

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    Not sure what the /24 would mean, but those IP addresses are in the correct range.

    However, the important information would be the DNS Server IP addresses, and the Gateway IP addresses.
    If those are all the same, then it might be time to scan for malware on the 2 problem computers.
    I assume that there are no proxy servers in use on any of the computers.

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    addresses are the same i checked all 3 for thr the ipv4 addresses however i'm mostly trying thing on the desktop i've tried it both wired and wireless the one that's working is also a desktop with built in wireless both are ac the laptop is n i downloaded malwarebytes and ran a scan found 21 issues quarrinntined all didn't help have restarted it what seems like a hundred time with all the tasks i've performed on it

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    i ran a virus scan also found nothing

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    /24 is the class C IP subnet mask. That's correct for 192.168.0.x networks. You'll also see it as 255.255.255.0.

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    Check your public IP address every few hours here:

    https://www.whatismyip.com/

    and here:

    https://ipchicken.com/


    To see if it's changing. You're IP address here, which only we mods/admins can see behind the scenes, isn't always the same and one of them is coming from a domain that when I check it on line gives warnings.
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    2 other possible tests to try:

    1. Boot from a live Linux CD/DVD, see if you can get to the web sites using that.

    2. Try connecting one of the problem systems to someone else's Internet connection, see if the problem is still there.

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    success i took the laptop to a friend house and it worked fine i had a time with the dvd as none of the ones i had would work so i just used a flash drive long story short ubuntu wouldn't connect firefox at all said digital reflection was the problem which is a internet meter i installed in feb/ 2020 and have had no problems with till recently unplugged the meter and everything worked fine so i guess im done with that thanks for all the help guys couldn't have done it without you

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    digital reflection was the problem which is a internet meter i installed
    That would explain why the sites in question were flagging and here at VRDR were seeing unusual IP addresses from you.
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