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Is Tesco.net down today?


Debe

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Can't get into my e-mail account today :( Thanks!

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buteman

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The site is Ok if you are using Firefox use I/e as firefox is rather pathetic for me this morning.

http://www.tesco.net/

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buteman

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Looks like I/E is not much better

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Debe

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I'm using Google Chrome, but it wouldn't fire up on IE either! thanks.

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Strawballs

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Might have something to do with their beer offer Tesco offer

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A. Muse

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Just posted this on another thread (Posted Jun 2 '11 at 8:14)Hope it helps

Had a similar problem trying to download e-mails from tesco.net via talk talk broadband since last night.

After help from a friend the problem was solved by changing the MTU on the broadband router from the default 1500 to 1432. Don't know if this will help.

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Debe

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Thanks I am using pipex which is talk talk I think, problem is I don't have a clue what an MTU is or how I would change it- could you advise me please (a kind of help for dummies would do !) Thanks :)

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A. Muse

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I am a dummy on the PC which is why I sought help.

As far as I can tell, you access the router via your web browser, IE, firefox or whatever, by typing in the address of the router instead of the http bit - something like 192.168.1.1 and hitting enter.

This should display some router settings - if 192 etc. does not work refer to the manual for the router to get the address.

Then work through the menus to the advanced one where a setting for the MTU will be displayed. You may need a password to get in - on my router admin in both boxes did the trick.

Hope someone else can give fuller help to you.

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