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Can't Access ScotiaBank Website
Ever since Suse 10.0 I cant access the scotia bank website https://www.scotiaonline.scotiabank.com/
The page only loads the top bit and says loading but never does. I have no problems with other secure websites.
I've tried Firefox and Konqueror. Same problem with both browsers. I can view the source all the way down to the </html> tags
I thought maybe its my machine that goofy so i tried another Suse 10.0 machine and had the same problem!
Ive noticed that sometimes loading the page, stopping it and loading it again works to get the page to load. But once I login its the same story again. the pages just load the top bar.
Googling around i found a debian user that had a similar problem but no resolution.
What could it be?
OS: Suse 10.0
Konqueror: 3.5.1 (Using KDE 3.5.1 Level "a")
Firefox: Mozilla/5.0 (X11; U; Linux i686; en-US; rv:22.214.171.124) Gecko/20060126 SUSE/126.96.36.199-5.1 Firefox/188.8.131.52
Yes, Cookies are enabled
No, I dont have the firewall on.
- Join Date
- Jan 2006
I have suse 10.0 mysefl and i clicked the link in ur post and the page loads for me in just a matter of milliseconds. I tried with Mozilla FIrefox and konquerer.. both work for me. Not that this will help you but atleast you know it's not a suse10 fault.
check your dns if something isn't resolving quite right there it can cause problemsDesktop: Dual Xeon 2.8 GHz 1.5 GB RAM Ubuntu/XP Pro
Laptop: Macbook 2 GHz C2Duo 3 GB RAM OS X/ Ubuntu/ XP Pro
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where/what should i check in the dns?
- Join Date
- Mar 2006
FWIW, it loaded great for me, as well. I tried it in Firefox, and it popped right up. Sounds like that if you are experiencing the same problems on machines in the same network, it is likely something like truoc444 suggests like your DNS servers:
YAST => Network Services => DNS and Hostname
At least, that's where mine show up. Double-check them with your system administrator or ISP or whatever.
03-18-2006 #6Originally Posted by scottmorris
I checked the DNS servers... theres just my computer's host name.. nothing else checked and no other info in it..
Any other ideas???