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My router (dlink dir-825 with dd-wrt firmware) for some mysterious reason blocks SOME (not all) https pages. One page to be exact. I don't know why. And It's definately router problem - the page is opened just fine if I plug internet directly to my computer. The error I get is "This web page is not available (Error 105 (net::ERR_NAME_NOT_RESOLVED): The server could not be found.)". I guess it is related to DNS?

I'm completly lost.

Forgot to mention: with stock firmware the page is opened OK.

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I've seen this happen randomly in Chrome and something similar in Safari back with the dir-825 and stock firmware. I recall causing and fixing the problem by changing settings that won't come to mind because it was long ago. Try google's advice ( and their discussion (…) – Vlueboy Apr 3 '11 at 1:17
I'm having this exact same problem: I can't get a specific https page to load from any of the computers on my network that has a DIR-615 gateway with DD-WRT installed. I tried disabling QoS and resetting the router to default settings, but neither helped. – Morgan May Sep 14 '11 at 3:53

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