I'm not sure if I'm in the right area or if you even deal with this sort of problem since searching the site had nothing close, but everyone here is so helpful I hope you can help me solve this one. I'm having a problem being able to access one website. It works for everyone else, just not my pc or any device using the wireless router (I've tried my ps3 and Wii). I have spent a few hours trying to narrow it down and this is what I have come up with. Just fyi the site a have a problem with is www.worldofwarcraft.com. I know the site isn't the problem but in case you have an idea of what I need to look for to fix it. Anyway, I have found that I can access the site if I use my modem directly (Comcast motorola modem) and if I use a proxy (used anonymouse.org) (with or without my router). The router I use is a Linksys Wireless G broadband router. I thought it had be the router, but resetting the factory defaults have brought me no luck which makes me unsure, which leads me to believe it may be something in combination with the pc and the router (sorry not tech savvy here). I have cleaned my registries. I've also used the cmd prompt to do a dns flush. Running a tracert on www.worldofwarcraft.com fails. Then again I haven't been able to tracert anything it seems. I have used dnsstuff.com to check worldofwarcraft.com from my location and this is the report it gives that probably shows the problem. Warning: Single Point of Failure: WARNING: Although you have at least 2 NS records, they may both point to the same server (one of our two tests shows them being the same, the other could not complete the test), which would result in a single point of failure. You are required to have at least 2 nameservers per RFC 1035 section 2.2. Warning: MX records are not CNAMEs: WARNING: When I looked up your MX record, your DNS server returned a CNAME. This is an unusual situation, and I can't handle it -- the following MX tests may not work properly. The problem is: mail.worldofwarcraft.com.->mx4.blizzard.com. Fail: MX A lookups have no CNAMEs: WARNING: One or more of your MX records points to a CNAME. CNAMEs are prohibited in MX records, according to RFC974, RFC1034 3.6.2, RFC1912 2.4, and RFC2181 10.3. The problem MX record(s) are: mail.worldofwarcraft.com.->mx4.blizzard.com.->126.96.36.199 Fail: Connect to mail servers: ERROR: I could not complete a connection to any of your mailservers! mail.worldofwarcraft.com: Timed out [Last data sent: RCPT TO: ] If this is a timeout problem, note that the DNSreport only waits about 40 seconds for responses, so your mail *may* work fine in this case but you will need to use testing tools specifically designed for such situations to be certain. I have run out of options that I know how to safely use. I'm hoping someone here has some idea of my problem and can help me solve it. Thank you for your time.