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  1. You will not be forgotten. Rest in peace
  2. Some further tests shows, that my conclusion were apparently wrong. Both nrk.no and bbc.co.uk also goes through ge1, but those two do it with success. And the ge1 ip-address of nrk.no is identical to the ge1 ip-address of atariuser.com. So I'm back to sqaure one. But the issue must be local here in Norway with Telenor at least. I've been wondering if it could be a problem with one of the cables connecting Norway to the outside world, regarding internet servers. But that's something which does not happen often and I find it strange it doesn't affect more than two of the websites I regurarly visit. But anyhow I will need to call Telenor at Tuesday and see if I can get any answers. -------------------------- Log of traceroute -w 3 -q 1 -m 16 nrk.no Mon Apr 9 01:43:59 2012 traceroute to nrk.no (160.68.205.231), 16 hops max, 38 byte packets 1 XX.X.X.XXX (XX.X.X.XXX) 0.783 ms 2 XXXXXXXXXX-XXXX.XX.telenor.net (XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX) 11.768 ms 3 XXXXXXXXXX-ge1-X-X-XX.XX.telenor.net (XXX.XXX.X.XX) 3.121 ms 4 XXXXXXXXXX-so1-X-X.XX.telenor.net (XXX.XXX.XX.XXX) 8.963 ms 5 XXXXXXXXXX-ae0-X.XX.telenor.net (XXX.XXX.XXX.XX) 8.518 ms 6 XXX-X.XX.telenor.net (XXX.XXX.X.XX) 8.885 ms 7 XXX-X.XX.telenor.net (XXX.XXX.X.XX) 8.836 ms !A Log of traceroute -w 3 -q 1 -m 16 bbc.co.uk Mon Apr 9 01:46:48 2012 traceroute to bbc.co.uk (212.58.241.131), 16 hops max, 38 byte packets 1 XX.X.X.XXX (XX.X.X.XXX) 0.779 ms 2 XXXXXXXXXX-XXXX.XX.telenor.net (XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX) 3.278 ms 3 XXXXXXXXXX-ge1-X-X-XX.XX.telenor.net (XXX.XXX.XX.XXX) 2.551 ms 4 XXXXXXXXXX-so1-X-X.XX.telenor.net (XXX.XXX.XX.XXX) 49.920 ms 5 XXXXXXXXXX-ae1-X.XX.telenor.net (XXX.XXX.XXX.XX) 49.411 ms 6 XXXXXXXXXX-ae6-X.XX.telenor.net (XXX.XXX.XX.XXX) 49.798 ms 7 XXXXXXXXXX-ae0-X.XX.telenor.net (XXX.XXX.XXX.XX) 71.345 ms 8 bbc-gw0-linx.prt0.thdoe.bbc.co.uk (XXX.XX.XXX.XXX) 49.523 ms 9 * 10 ae1.er01.rbsov.bbc.co.uk (XXX.XXX.XXX.XX) 50.456 ms 11 XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX (XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX) 50.180 ms 12 XXX.XX.XXX.XXX (XXX.XX.XXX.XXX) 49.874 ms
  3. I have found another website which has the same problem as atariuser.com, which is nationstates.net. I have compared the traceroute between those two and it seems they have one thing in common. Log of traceroute -w 3 -q 1 -m 16 atariuser.com Mon Apr 9 00:11:02 2012 traceroute to atariuser.com (209.200.14.88), 16 hops max, 38 byte packets 1 XX.X.X.XXX (XX.X.X.XXX) 1.340 ms 2 XXXXXXXXXX-XXXX.XX.telenor.net (XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX) 4.141 ms 3 XXXXXXXXXX-ge1-X-X-XX.XX.telenor.net (XXX.XXX.X.XX) 10.594 ms 4 * 5 * 6 * 7 * 8 * 9 * 10 * 11 * 12 * 13 * 14 * 15 * 16 * Log of traceroute -w 3 -q 1 -m 16 nationstates.net Mon Apr 9 01:09:19 2012 traceroute to nationstates.net (209.17.190.147), 16 hops max, 38 byte packets 1 XX.X.X.XXX (XX.X.X.XXX) 0.816 ms 2 XXXXXXXXXX-XXXX.XX.telenor.net (XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX) 3.737 ms 3 XXXXXXXXXX-ge1-X-X-XX.XX.telenor.net (XXX.XXX.XX.XXX) 2.423 ms 4 * 5 * 6 * 7 * 8 * 9 * 10 * 11 * 12 * 13 * 14 * 15 * 16 * Log of traceroute -w 3 -q 1 -m 16 google.no Mon Apr 9 00:38:33 2012 traceroute to google.no (173.194.71.94), 16 hops max, 38 byte packets 1 XX.X.X.XXX (XX.X.X.XXX) 0.893 ms 2 XXXXXXXXXX-XXXX.XX.telenor.net (XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX) 9.527 ms 3 XXXXXXXXXX-ge0-X-X-XX.XX.telenor.net (XXX.XXX.XX.XX) 3.818 ms 4 XXXXXXXXXX-so1-X-X.XX.telenor.net (XXX.XXX.XX.XXX) 21.378 ms 5 XXXXXXXXXX-ae1-X.XX.telenor.net (XXX.XXX.XXX.XX) 21.643 ms 6 XXXXXXXXXX-ae8-X.XX.telenor.net (XXX.XXX.XX.XX) 21.422 ms 7 XXXXXXXXXX-ae1-X.XX.telenor.net (XXX.XXX.XXX.XX) 59.830 ms 8 XX-X.XX.telenor.net (XXX.XXX.X.XX) 38.568 ms 9 XXX.XX.XXX.XXX (XXX.XX.XXX.XXX) 45.264 ms 10 XXX.XX.XXX.XX (XXX.XX.XXX.XX) 48.981 ms 11 XX.XX.XXX.XXX (XX.XX.XXX.XXX) 48.592 ms 12 * 13 XX-XX-XXX.XXXXX.net (173.194.71.94) 49.923 ms Both atariuser.com and nationstates.net goes always through an address which has ge1 in its name. Google.no on another hand goes through ge0, so1, ae1, ae8, ae1, and then carries on. So it seems every website that goes through ge1 will get a time-out. So I will need to contact Telenor about it, and hear what they have to say. Right now it's Easter, so I will have to wait until Tuesday, but I will try to give them a call then. But it seems I have found where the issue lies.
  4. Yes the "*" are timed out responses, so you're correct that the requests are not leaving my ISP Telenor. I have done the same traceroute command on google.no just to compare, where everything is in order. Log of traceroute -w 3 -q 1 -m 16 google.no Mon Apr 9 00:38:33 2012 traceroute to google.no (173.194.71.94), 16 hops max, 38 byte packets 1 XX.X.X.XXX (XX.X.X.XXX) 0.893 ms 2 XXXXXXXXXX-XXXX.XX.telenor.net (XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX) 9.527 ms 3 XXXXXXXXXX-XXX-X-X-XX.XX.telenor.net (XXX.XXX.XX.XX) 3.818 ms 4 XXXXXXXXXX-XXX-X-X.XX.telenor.net (XXX.XXX.XX.XXX) 21.378 ms 5 XXXXXXXXXX-XXX-X.XX.telenor.net (XXX.XXX.XXX.XX) 21.643 ms 6 XXXXXXXXXX-XXX-X.XX.telenor.net (XXX.XXX.XX.XX) 21.422 ms 7 XXXXXXXXXX-XXX-X.XX.telenor.net (XXX.XXX.XXX.XX) 59.830 ms 8 XX-X.XX.telenor.net (XXX.XXX.X.XX) 38.568 ms 9 XXX.XX.XXX.XXX (XXX.XX.XXX.XXX) 45.264 ms 10 XXX.XX.XXX.XX (XXX.XX.XXX.XX) 48.981 ms 11 XX.XX.XXX.XXX (XX.XX.XXX.XXX) 48.592 ms 12 * 13 XX-XX-XXX.XXXXX.net (173.194.71.94) 49.923 ms
  5. Log of traceroute -w 3 -q 1 -m 16 atariuser.com Mon Apr 9 00:11:02 2012 traceroute to atariuser.com (209.200.14.88), 16 hops max, 38 byte packets 1 XX.X.X.XXX (XX.X.X.XXX) 1.340 ms 2 XXXXXXXXXX-XXXX.XX.telenor.net (XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX) 4.141 ms 3 XXXXXXXXXX-XXX-X-X-XX.XX.telenor.net (XXX.XXX.X.XX) 10.594 ms 4 * 5 * 6 * 7 * 8 * 9 * 10 * 11 * 12 * 13 * 14 * 15 * 16 * ---------------------- I have censored my local ip-addresses.
  6. Yes, I still have problems. I have done some tests though, to see if there were something wrong with my internet connection or software. My default dekstop is Puppy Linux with SeaMonkey as my browser. On this system I got timed out. But I also have a Windows Vista installation, which I booted up to test if I could access the website from there. I used K-Meleon but got the same results. I decided then to turn off the router and taking out the power socket, to make sure it was completely off, and waited a couple of minutes. Then I powered it on again and tried it again with SeaMonkey, but still I get the same results. So it seems it must be something external. But I find it very odd that you are able to access it and not me. It has to be said that all other websites, both national and international, works. So it's just atariuser.com, which doesn't work.
  7. Does anyone else have the problem of accessing atariuser.com? I just get timed out every time I try.
  8. Edit: For converting images I meant Smurf. You can also open pdf files with zView. And "aMail - works, but isn't that great." should be ...isn't so great. Sorry for my bad english.
  9. A fast answer to that would be no. You can not watch flash movies. Webmail doesn't work very well. Can't watch dvd movies. Even regular videos will have to be converted to play them on Aniplayer. Only type of games you can play in ARAnyM are gem games, and gem games is try and error, many doesn't work, but some does. I haven't got any type of emulator to work yet. But I haven't tested that too thoroughly. Maybe some zx spectrum or atari 800 emulator will work, but not very good I would guess. But things that does work is: Internet: Highwire - good for general surfing. Cab - has support for cookies so you can log in to forums. But it crashes a lot on my system. Links - my favourite when I need cookies support. This is what I use if I'm going to post on forums. A little slow, but has good compatibility and is stable. Lynx - haven't got it to work. It has to do for where it is looking for its files. But I'm sure you can get it to work, but I haven't bothered. IRC: AtarIRC - a very good IRC client, I recommend it. Videos: Aniplayer - the best player you can get. It plays mp3 very well, and if you are willing to convert videos, it is a nice enough video player. Mods: Tetrax - is the only module player I have found which works in ARAnyM. The player is not perfect but pretty good. Image viewer: zView - can open a lot of type of images. graftool - is the second best, and is good for converting images. Smurf - is another viewer which also works. Paint tool: The only paint tool I have got to work is Pixart, which doesn't work all too well either. ICQ: AtarICQ - works really well, but I'm not an avid ICQ user. MSN: only option here is to use a service called bitlbee.org. You are using their servers through AtarIRC and are logging in to MSN that way. So you use AtarIRC as an MSN client. But I don't think it's very secure, so I don't use it myself. Text editor: QED - my favourite. HTML editor: JOE - very good also. Word: Atari Works - a simple and nice enough word processor. Papyrus - even better as a word processor. Spreadsheet: Atari Works - a nice enough spreadsheet. 3D Calc - another one which is pretty good. FTP: aFTP - works really well. Mail: aMail - works, but isn't that great. MyMail - better, I have problems getting it to work properly. Probably it's just me. Archives: Arcview - has support for a lot of archives. GuiTAR - a nice shell to open tar.gz and .tgz files. ST-Zip - works, but is outdated I think. LHArc - Nice for extracting .lzh files. Unzip.ttp, zip.ttp, tar.ttp, gzip.ttp, bzip2.ttp etc. - for those I often prefer hust to use the command line. Command line: Bash - works well. Conholio - is a new one, which I must say I like really well. It's probably more tihngs, but I'll leave it there. Posted in ARAnyM with Links.
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