I've had a similar problem a long while ago, and it turned out that it was just a server problem somewhere along the route that your IP routes data through. I spent hours on the phone with Qwest, and they could find no problem. I'm not completely sure that this is your problem but if you run a "tracert" command, you can see where the connection fails, and there might just be a problem at that location.
Forever trying to find a cure for the Dunning-Kruger Effect.
what address did it resolve? Should be 126.96.36.199
Not that I switched to a different computer on my LAN and it's not having any issues. I went to opendns website and refreshed the cache for cyclonefanatic.com and it has several locations that aren't resolving.
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