User Help for Mozilla Firefox
When attempting to open links from search engine responses I am unable to connect to those sites that seem to be hosted. The following is an example. (This happened before upgrading to the latest version)
Unable to connect
Firefox can't establish a connection to the server at www.googleadservices.com.
* The site could be temporarily unavailable or too busy. Try again in a few
* If you are unable to load any pages, check your computer's network
* If your computer or network is protected by a firewall or proxy, make sure
that Firefox is permitted to access the Web.
The same happens with this site: Firefox can't establish a connection to the server at clk.atdmt.com. and others
IN addition to this since upgrading to the newest version Advertising blocks on web pages often fail to load leaving similar messages.
I have tried the usual solutions from the tools menu but cannot resolve.
Anyone know the answer?
After my update to 126.96.36.199, Firefox will no longer connect to any web site. Currently viewing this in IE, which is working without fault. I've got ZoneAlarm, but it's currently turned off. Normal error:
"Unable to connect
Firefox can't establish a connection to the server at www.google.com.
Problem seems resolved through disabling IPV6 via about:config.
Having just installed Firefox 188.8.131.52 I am experiencing exactly the same problems.
I too am viewing thru' IE6. Have tried uninstall & re-install which was no good. Also tried turning off my Firewall, still no connection to any site. This has now been 12 hours since installation, so it can be an ISP fault. It worked fine until the upgrade, tried turning back using system restore to a pre-update period... still no connection. Am now at a loss so may well have to abandon Firefox, which is a shame as up until now it worked fine.
Found "network.dns.disableIPv6" which is reading "false". Toggled it to "true" which made no difference. How do I disable it?
BTW I have no Firefox "Safe Mode" at all. Is yours still there?
I have now removed every single extension and still no connection. I have considered thru' "About:configure" to restoring "natural Order" which I presume will return all configuartion settings back to default. I have not yet done so as I am hoping for a less radical solution
Many firewalls will continue to block programs even when they are disabled, so if you have a Firewall installed but disabled then try to re-enable it and see what happens. There's also some more information on the following page:
I too had trouble with the update and when I uninstalled and re-installed, it still would not work. I just now went into my firewall settings, changed some things and it finally works. I run Norton Anti-virus, and under firewall>configure>programs>Mozilla Firefox, I changed the internet access from "permit all" to "automatic" and Firefox finally worked. Not sure how other anti-virus software is set up, but hope this helps someone.
I am having the same problem after my new update...
im in IE now for the first time in months...ugh
tried about:config and toggled IPv6 and still nothing...
im not running a firewall at all right now bc i am diagnosing this.... so its not the firewall doing it..
Yep same issue installed the new update and now Firedfox Homepage will not load up. Whats the solution?
I have completely uninstalled my Zone Alarm and tried running Windows Firewall. Still no connection. Turned Windows Firewall off. Still no connection. Turned my AV off (F-Secure) still no connection. Everything works fine with IE. Shame, but may have to ditch Firefox ever unless a solution can be found. Looking through this and other Forums there are many dozens maybe even more FF users having the same problems. It can not be our PC set-ups. It must be a bug in FF v. 184.108.40.206 especially as it worked fine with previous release. Has anyone tried re-nstalling previous version.
yes^ I just reinstalled 220.127.116.11 and all is working again thankfully...
Pse can you tell me where you found it?
^ IM looking for the link... sorry i lost it already
it was a FTP site from mozilla, someone posted it in another thread but now i cant find it, ill keep looking..
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