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I have Windows 7 and the latest AVG anti virus and Windows firewall enabled. My modem is a Cisco model DPC2420, my router is a Belkin N1 Vision.

I set a permanent IP to my home network. When I try to enter to Amazon (for example) when I am directly plugged to my modem, the page is not fully loading. When I use wireless I'm getting the full website.

When I'm using V-tunnel it's working well. I asked my cable company to get the permanent IP.

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Are you sure that Amazon, specifically, has blocked you from visiting their site? Or do you mean to say you can't access Amazon? What about other websites? Does this only happen on one computer? Or all computers in your network? What's your operating system, even? Your network configuration, did you ever change that? When did the problem start? – slhck Jan 21 '13 at 20:26
Its not only amazon. I am not fully blocked, the page is not loading fully. I tried different browsers. If i am using v-tunnel its also working well when i am plugged – user1125331 Jan 21 '13 at 20:28
Please edit your question to add new information. Please don't use comments as chat. If you have any details to add, add them to your question. Still, more information is needed: How do you set a "permanent IP" to your home network? Where did you set what IP? How is your modem configured? What about your router? What about your computer? Is it set to automatically receive an IP address, or did you manually change your connection settings in Windows? – slhck Jan 21 '13 at 20:40
I new here so i am not sure what are the rules. What kind of information about the router \ modem do you need? – user1125331 Jan 21 '13 at 20:45
In your Windows LAN and wireless connection settings: What IP address do you get from your router/modem when you're connected? What are your DNS server addresses? How did you configure your modem and your router? They also have settings for how they assign IP addresses to computers connected to them. Or did you never change that? Does the problem happen to all computers or just the one you have? All websites or just a few? – slhck Jan 21 '13 at 21:09

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