AT&T is censoring the Internet.
This is an update to my previous posting.
Background, I have a website I use as I am trying to start my own business. This site is simply informational with one simple contact form. There is nothing malicious or illegal about my site and I have offered the code as proof. My only crime it would seem is trying to use discount and free hosting services as I start my business on a tight budget. Dealing with AT&T support; I have been hung up on, passed to a third-party fee based support service, and had my internet and TV service interrupted coincidentally when ever I give my account info and issue to a se
AT&T is censoring the internet.
I have a website that I have not been able to access since changing to AT&T U-Verse. I've been a Network Manager for 20+ years and no how to troubleshoot these issues. Doing a tracert under standard settings with AT&T the website name will not resolve. By changing my DNS to Comcast, Sprint, Google Public, or OpenDNS DNS servers, and run the same tracert, the Name resolves fine. AT&T is trying to tell me that this is an issue with browser caching on my computer. They finally escalated it to a higher level support team that I'm not allowed to talk to, but have been waiting for a "call back" for