It looks like your browser is accessing the Internet through a proxy server. Does the browser you use to access the Internet have a proxy server listed in the settings? This will give me an idea of whether or not your computer is accessing the Internet through a proxy server. The settings should be under Windows settings. For Internet Explorer/Edge or Chrome, this should be the case.
Hi there. Quick question. Why am I able to access a website through a proxy, but am unable to access it without one?
I'm trying to access Linkedin.com, but Mozilla says it's unable to connect. I've had this problem for more than a year I believe. I thought it would resolve itself, but it isn't. Linkedin is a huge website so I am actually very surprised I'm having this problem. Proxy works fine, but I'm a bit worried about putting in my credentials over a proxy connection.
My phone on WiFI is also unable to connect to Linkedin. However, I don't have a data connection on my phone so can't confirm through my cellular provider.
Other websites give me the same problem from time to time, but Linkedin is real problem for me.