Ip Addresses

Before few days, I have a problem. I can not see my website and can not access to ftp client. I use FilleZilla. I can not even open a ticket to my server provider, one hosting company. My friends told me, that they can open my website. So, what is a problem then?

Few hours before, I try to download my website files (wp-content) via fillezilla. In a half way, it stopped, and from that point, I can not longer connect to ftp client or see my website. My IP address was banned? Why? Some hosting companies maybe banned any activity they think it is suspicious.

So what is a solution. I reset modem a get one fresh new IP address. Then try again. And again, failed. After a while, I find solution. I change ftp client, I try WinSPC, and eureka.

What is IP address? IP Address is “Internet Protocol” address. This is a numerical label assigned to each hardware device¬† participating in a computer network that uses the Internet Protocol for communication.An IP address serves two principal functions: host or network interface identification (location addressing).

IP adresses

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They often start with: <div style=”display:none”> and then links. Most of the time it have !important property. This is a property and it show that this is very important and crucial and can be ignored.

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