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I have tried to open some sites on my PC and instead of opening the site requested, i get this

"No Suitable Nodes are available to perform your request"


I have contacted my service providers (MTN Nigeria) and they said the problem is not from their end.

What do I do?

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I'm sorry, No Suitable Nodes Are Available To Perform Your Request :) – Sampson Dec 30 '09 at 1:25
sorry, this is not a programming question. I've never seen that error from any web browser. – GregS Dec 30 '09 at 1:26
What OS and browser are you using? – SLaks Dec 30 '09 at 1:44
ALL SUITABLE NODES ARE BELONG TO US (sorry, couldn't resist...) Edit: made more sense with the original title – sblair Dec 30 '09 at 2:11

The error " No suitable nodes are available to serve your request" is caused by the load balancer used by one of the websites you are visiting

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MTN Nigeria haven't got a clue. In my experience, refreshing the page usually takes care of the problem in nearly all the sites I've visited. However, thisday newspaper website is the exception. My laptop uses Windows 7.

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