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every time this problem happens with me, and I don't know what is the cause of it. I have reset the router many times, and it still exists. any solution?

 

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it happens with all browsers. I don't know but I followed up the settings and found that the cause of this is my local DNS server. I have set up my own ad-blocker DNS server and it was the reason for the problem. after removing it the router worked normally. 

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the problem has arisen again. Don't know the cause of it. I thought that it was my local DNS server, but it wasn't.

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On 3/30/2019 at 7:07 PM, mohands said:

the problem has arisen again. Don't know the cause of it. I thought that it was my local DNS server, but it wasn't.

Ah okay. Which page does this happen on? Does it happen when you click something specific?

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On 3/30/2019 at 7:07 PM, mohands said:

the problem has arisen again. Don't know the cause of it. I thought that it was my local DNS server, but it wasn't.

I think it's very likely to be related, it looks like a call from the router is being blocked by something. If you completely disable your AD blocker and refresh the page, does it then work ok?

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