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Now I'm being blocked for second time by my shared server. At first I thought that it was due to Navicat for MySQL so I've changed my IP.

After that I haven't used Navicat.

After about a hour later I was blocked again.

I was using Firefox nightly build.

Note: I'm blocked by all the domains in the server.

One of those 1000 web sites is my web site: [metupedia.com][1]

My IP is 144.122.xxx.xx

Now I'm using a proxy (HTTP/1.0) to be able to reach my web sites. squid/3.0.STABLE25

Hey, and my roomates can reach my web sites without problem but I cannot. (Their IPs are different)

cPanel Version  11.24.4-RELEASE
cPanel Build    33609
Theme   x3
Apache version  2.0.61
PHP version 5.2.5
MySQL version   5.0.75
Architecture    amd64
Operating system    FreeBSD
Shared Ip Address
Path to sendmail    /usr/sbin/sendmail
Path to PERL    /usr/bin/perl
Kernel version  6.3-PRERELEASE
cPanel Pro  1.0 (RC1)

I can now it reach without a problem! What is wrong with that machine? I'm sure that that trouble will come back within a few hours.

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it might be the "shared server" service provider firewall that blocks you....based on their criteria that no one here would know... –  Muhammad Oct 23 '10 at 2:39
I agree with Muhammad - this sounds like something you should raise with your shared server provider. –  dunxd Oct 23 '10 at 14:05

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The only possible answer to a question like this with almost no details. You're going to communicate with your host to find out if/why your IP is bocked and how to resolve the situation. There is literally nothing we can do but tell you if the site works for us.

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