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wasn't yesteday for me, now they are after a slight delay, they load up.
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Is that also why the server goes down time to time?
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Changed my DNS to Googles public one like Holey said and I can access the site properly now, but the site is quite slow
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Redirect works a treat now
ty Aster and co
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Yay! Cybergamer is no longer blocked at my school due to the domain name change! Aha, Thank you!

OT: Domain name looks hella saucy
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Finally got in here. I'm late to the party it seems.
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just change your bookmark to au.cybergamer.com so it doesnt do the ip check and redirect
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Quote from Wzky on the 14th of October 2013:
Yay! Cybergamer is no longer blocked at my school due to the domain name change! Aha, Thank you!
What the actual fuck..
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Quote from Lord on the 14th of October 2013:
Finally got in here. I'm late to the party it seems.

+1
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WTF! For some reason when i edit my book mark and i type it in the Google bar it goes to this stupid telstra NAV assist? Help?
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Just got access... finally.

Images aren't loading properly, but at least I can see stuff.

Looking forward to the CGv5 release!
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Quote from Silent_ on the 14th of October 2013:
WTF! For some reason when i edit my book mark and i type it in the Google bar it goes to this stupid telstra NAV assist? Help?
Telstras DNS servers have not yet updated to reflect CyberGamers new domain name. I had the same issue.

They'll sort themselves out overnight most likley, otherwise if you're technically capable you can change your computers DNS servers to point to an alternate one, such as Googles.
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Quote from Holey on the 14th of October 2013:
Changing the DNS servers on my computer to point to Google's public DNS servers (8.8.8.8 and 8.8.4.4) instead of my ISP's appears to have fixed it instantly.
I would say the DNS change just hasn't fully propagated around to all the DNS servers yet, but this isn't really my area of expertise.
Somebody give this guy a medal.
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Thanks Holey!
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Holey on the ball.

I'm hoping this will somehow help with the DDoS attacks which have been effecting the site the past couple of days.
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