I can access every site in the world on my PC EXCEPT one - theafterword.co.uk (and any site that come off that address, such as its webmail page). If I access the site via WiFi on my phone at home it times out Ė switch to 3g and it loads perfectly, so the issue is either my connection (its the same on my wifeís PC so its not specifically my machine) or the router. The PCís are Ethernet connected to a Sky Hub 2.0, by the way, and run Windows 10. I've looked through every setting that Sky allow access to on the Hub but there's nothing indicating the IP address being specifically blocked.
Just wondered if this has happened to anyone else and how it was resolved as Iíve never seen this before.
Iíve reset my router, flushed the DNS cache, cleared cookies and the cache in Chrome and even set my hosts file back to the default Ė all to no avail. Itís not just Chrome, either, in case anyone thinks itís a browser problem. I also tried WiFi in a coffee shop this morning and it connected to that site fine so the issue is with my connection / router.
Iíve run out of ideas. And so did the nice man from Sky. If anyone has any clue at all it would save me a lot of grief!!