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I was trying to open cisco.com in Google Chrome and got an error something about

this site is on several servers and I cannot make requests to several servers

Today I got another error with a Google picture of a broken robot that Google cannot handle this request. Why Google? I entered "cisco.com" without spelling errors.

Then I tried to do the same on Firefox – it just worked. Then I got the error:

Additionally, a 404 Not Found error was encountered while trying to use an ErrorDocument to handle the request

… in Google Chrome. Now I get a redirection to http://www.channelintelligence.com/ in Chrome as well, however the site works on FireFox. What is going on? Does Google try to control all my browser requests (but cannot handle this properly)?

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Try clearing the browser cache (Settings -> Show Advanced Settings -> Clear browsing data).

Clear it "since the beggining of time" and restart the browser. You could even go further and delete the user data directory. WARNING: this will delete all your browser settings. But it's worth it if you want to resolve this kind of issues and start over with a clean slate.

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