3D Warehouse issues today: DNS Issue


#1

We have feedback from the community that 3D Warehouse is inaccessible. We have found this to be the case especially in the UK.

There are DNS problems for end users on British Telecom ISP in the UK

Updates from http://status.aws.amazon.com/:
5:33 AM PDT We are investigating connectivity problems between CloudFront and end users on certain ISPs in the UK.
6:17 AM PDT We can confirm that end users using a single ISP in the UK are experiencing connectivity problems when trying to reach CloudFront. We are working to resolve this issue.
7:04 AM PDT End users using a single ISP, British Telecom, in the UK are experiencing failures when resolving cloudfront.net domain names. We are working with the ISP to resolve this issue. As a workaround, end users can change their resolvers to use a public DNS resolver and successfully resolve cloudfront.net names.


#2

Hello All British (BT) Telecom Sketchup Members…

I had this problem yesterday (Monday 24th August) and after an hour of frustration decided to take my own action…

  1. Go to Network Connections … in win 7… 8…10…
  2. Goto your Internet Connection or Wireless…(the one with the signal)…
  3. Right Click on Properties…
  4. Select Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/iPv4)…
  5. Right Click and select Properties…
  6. Tick Box… USE THE FOLLOWING DNS SERVER ADDRESSES…
  7. Enter in each box of Preferred DNS Server… 8. 8. 8. 8. (no dots)
  8. And in each box of Alternative DNS Server… 8. 8. 4. 4. (no dots)
  9. Click OK and that’s that!..

Restart your PC …

You should be able to get all Sketchup site 3D Warehouse etc…

Lyn Poddley

Poddley Tales Euro


#3

Greate advice, Lyn.
For those who haven’t discovered DNS 8 8 8 8, here’s the full story…

Google Public DNS
A free, global DNS resolution service that you can use as an alternative to your current DNS provider.
https://developers.google.com/speed/public-dns/?hl=en


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