My official testing of several different aftermarket CDIs

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  1. exokinetic

    exokinetic New Member

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    Surely.


    I get a 102 error (ERR_CONNECTION_REFUSED) when I attempt to connect to "motorbicycling.com/" from my home IP address.

    This happened while I was posting yesterday.

    I made two posts while I could connect.

    In the middle of my third post I began to get this error while attempting to preview that post.

    I then checked the home URL and saw that I could not connect to the website at all.


    Here is a screenshot of what I see when I attempt to connect with my home IP address:


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    -If I spoof my IP address to anything else I can connect just fine. I am making this post from a spoofed IP address.




    The only time I have ever seen this is when I have been IP Banned from the server hosting the website (forum, gaming, wiki, etc.)

    For SOME reason my home IP address went from granted access, to REFUSED access.

    Hence I referred to it as an "IP Ban".

    Witch confused me, as my forum account was unaffected.

    I suppose I could be totally jumping to conclusions here.


    Do you know why my home IP address is being "REFUSED" connection?
     
  2. 2door

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    No idea, Exo. But rest assured it didn't come from here. I'd check with your IP. Sounds like a local problem but we're innocent my friend.

    Tom
     
  3. exokinetic

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    In that case, I apologize for jumping to conclusions...

    The timing seemed rather suspicious, but apparently it was merely coincidence.

    I will contact my ISP, as I am still unable to connect.

    Will PM you if I find anything interesting.

    Thank you for the clarification.
     

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