Discussion in 'The Help Desk' started by sparky5693, Nov 25, 2019.
I've done that and also have tried incognito. No luck on the PC
Sent from my Galaxy using Tapatalk
Apt avatar lol
Is it possible that your PC and phone are on different data connections (cellular data vs wifi)?
In addition to our new server, it's physically located in a different location and a newer facility, so our ip address has also moved. During a process like this our domain points to a new physical location, and sometimes this propagation does not happen instantly everywhere. It can sometimes take a couple days for the word to get out 100% everywhere. Of course this is only a possible explanation if the two devices get their data connections from different places.
Please see above post, may explain your issue. If this is your issue it will work itself out as the new ip address propagates across the net. For most this happens nearly instantly, but there are often a few smaller pockets that are a bit slow as the internet is a big place.
Yeah, I just realized I have nothing on my phone. But, sounds like (see Sparky above) that the internet is just being slow to update.
And ill bet if your phone connects to wifi at your house it works. Dns propagation will sort itself out. Could be 5 minutes or a couple days unfortunately.
I have the opposite trouble...access with pc but not via Tapatalk on my phone
back up on both PC's
Still can't get in using Tapatalk. Been trying all day. When I log in, says site is down for maintenance.
It's strange because I still get notifications from the Den from Tapatalk and also saying server is down when trying to log in.
Please see my above posts.
We’re back on
Glad to have TSD back. I missed you all.
working fine on my laptop,quick and responsive,awesome..thank you....
@sparky5693 - Because you've moved the website, you may have an idea; How big is TSD? The text & photos of years of posts must be a couple of gigs.
No, that's next week!
the news will tell us..
There's a ton of data from all the years, but that data and information is our life blood. I run about 250gb of space on our server, along with a second 500gb server at different physical location to store backups. Then mix in a boatload of bandwidth and ram to keep things smooth. Doesn't sound like much when comparing to a home computer, but it's a bit different when you're renting space at a datacenter.
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