Offline timed out when updating
When trying to connect to the unit using a web browser, I can connect, login, etc.As we all know the web browser situation isn’t the best. If that does not clear it we are looking at a firmware for fixing it.Some other Virtual Servers that point to the VIPs in the same subnet are completely fine. The LTMs might be reporting incorrect data due to a bug. As soon as that was fixed, the Virtual Servers turned green. I have made sure that the VIPs are on the traffic group. Or may be the communication between LTM and GTM is improper; may be packet drops, you might want to investigate the network. For the longest time it didn't happen, and now it seems to start up again. To be honest I think that I have figured out the connection problem.However, the connection was reset problem seems to happen after I visit Deviantart. Is there anything I can do to prevent this when I visit that site? Shockwave Director: Shockwave Standalone Installer / Uninstaller Shockwave Director Version 126.96.36.199 There is security software like Avast and Kaspersky and Bit Defender and ESET that intercept secure connections and send their own certificate. Shockwave Director: [https://helpx.adobe.com/shockwave/kb/Shockwave Standalone Installer / Uninstaller] Shockwave Director ''' Version 188.8.131.52 ------------------- There is security software like Avast and Kaspersky and Bit Defender and ESET that intercept secure connections and send their own certificate.
I also ran both my Norton and Maleware Bytes to see if there may be something, but neither detected any problems. Also, cor-el, it does do it to some specific sites, but not all the time. I also refreshed Firefox back to factory settings, hoping that it may work, but no change. If there are any other specifics, feel free to ask, because this problem is starting to get on my nerves.I also ran both my Norton and Maleware Bytes to see if there may be something, but neither detected any problems. Also, cor-el, it does do it to some specific sites, but not all the time. It could be a problem with your ISP that isn't able to handle all users that want to use internet at the same time.Do you see a looking up message at the bottom of the screen or does it advance to connecting or waiting state?For the longest time it didn't happen, and now it seems to start up again. Recently I have been getting the Connection Timed Out on certain sites.I have cleared my cache and cookies, and it still happens. I am not sure what else to do besides just uninstalling and reinstalling firefox, and I don't know if that will even help. The warning doesn't always to it to the same sites, and it almost happens randomly. Also I am a bit of a novice when it comes to computer speak, so if you have a question that may be a bit overwhelming, could you dumb it down a bit for me.
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