I have called Century Link several times and they are no help.Attached is the traceroute from my Mi Fi hotspot on AT&TMicrosoft Windows [Version 6.3.9600](c) 2013 Microsoft Corporation. C:\WINDOWS\system32tracert 69.x.x.x Tracing route to fl-69[69.x.x.x]over a maximum of 30 hops:1 3 ms 8 ms 7 ms [192.168.1.1]2 246 ms 327 ms 327 ms 1.1133 * 310 ms * 1.24 122 ms 187 ms 176 ms 1.35 209 ms 98 ms 97 ms 1.1936 * 819 ms 397 ms 1.1147 300 ms 363 ms 322 ms 188.8.131.52 332 ms 353 ms 361 ms .309 * 304 ms 347 ms 184.108.40.20610 299 ms 345 ms 336 ms 192.21 * * * Request timed out.12 * 413 ms 432 ms 173-248-66-239.[173.2]13 323 ms 324 ms 330 ms fl-69-68-14-18[.18]14 331 ms 351 ms 394 ms fl-69[69.x.x.x]15 329 ms 354 ms 347 ms fl-69[69.x.x.x]Trace complete.I can't hit it from my i Phone on AT&T network in Florida, or from Comcast in Las Vegas ... GET / HTTP/1.1 HTTP/1.1 200 OK Server: THEO Server/5.0 Date: Tue, GMT Content-Type: text/html; charset=iso-8859-1 Connection: Keep-Alive Last-Modified: Tue, GMT Content-Length: 6134 Content: Content: Expires: Wed, 04 July 2001 GMT [removed bunch of HTML] Ping has not been a problem.
From CL in I am hitting all the same routers as you, until reaching your server. At home I have Time Warner Cable Internet and I have no issues viewing your site by IP address or getting to your IP address using trace route.
I also have a i Pad on Verizon LTE and have no issue tracing or viewing your site.
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Now, when I turn off wifi on my i Phone on AT&T thats where the problem is viewing your site.
I can still trace to it (see attachments, one on wifi one on LTE), but I can not view the site.
From what I can tell, there are no issues with CL side or anything but AT&T wireless side.
I even established a VPN connection into work where I could see if I could view and trace to the server from AT&T's wireline network and that even worked fine - trace pasted below.
C:\WINDOWS\system32I'm doubting its a CL problem, at least I'm not sure how it would be.
Centurlylink just announces your IP address range (typically thousands of customers/ addresses) using BGP to it's peers who then learn the route to get data to those IP addresses.
If I use opera on i Phone (which pre-renders or tunnels or something through operas servers) your site loads just fine (over att LTE network).