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Please, follow the instructions below:- Click the Apple icon on the top left of the screen- Click System Preferences- Double click the Network icon- Click and choose the network adapter that you use to connect to the Internet- Click the "Advanced" button.- Click the DNS tab.- In the primary dns server list, delete everything there.
- Click the + button for the dns server list.
- Enter the following server name: 126.96.36.199
- Click OK > APPLY > And save.
Once that is complete, test and verify that you can access the website.
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