thanks for the follow up and prompt response, op.
to specify even further, as goes:
im mostly using two different ISPs with two different modems:
1) same computer using windows one ISPs
2) same computer under linux, with a second ISPs
using both, i could and have accessed both the forum and the main page without trouble (especially linux, i have not noticed
log in problem i was experiencing).
using any of the two access points, each time i connect i get a different IP, since any ISP is charging extra for having the
user assigned the static IP address, as if there were no dynDNS.com
, so the only common thing during usage of both places is
the computers NIC MAC address, since that ip is NOT static.
as forced to use windows in case 1, there is a certain driver i have to keep that makes my comp die (bsod- the most famous m$
advertisement during the decades of their sorry existence), and when that happens, i cant get back to the forum.
i ll specify the actions once again:
1.if restore session used, locally stored cookies with the data from the previous session is used withing the log in time,
for example 60 or 120 minutes ---- not possible to log in and access denied to both the forum and the main page
2. if i do a new firefox session, clear the cache and history, passwords and all there is to clear, and even if i try the private
browsing mode after doing that, it still dont let me access the sites
3. what ive noticed is that the trouble goes away on its own after irregular amount of time, sometimes its 6 hours, sometimes 12 or
more, so i have not managed to discover what it could be related to
4. one thing im a bit surprised with is the fact that if i forget to log off while in linux, i have to log in while in windows,
and vice versa, even if i manage to get in and log in, roam around and later on log out, the session (was set like that
in the past, to indefinite- forever) that remained open in linux under different ip address is automatically logged in,
like i never left and session cookies never expired.
so, i largely doubt that it has any to do with my net settings, dns or any, cause i have managed to connect successfully, but after
a session breakdown, i get the shov off warning, eg cant get in and the page shows the apache default page.
having all layed down, could you please follow up and propose action in order to avoid this in the future.
my action so far is to log in and set logged in for 60 minutes only, and log out by hand, if possible (in case the damn M$ dont
break on its own by bsod.
the issue is really annoying, to be mild