It's my first time to hear such incident. Better review Globe's FUP and T&C
There are several factors affecting restriction to certain websites.
- Its could be Software related (Antivirus or Web Blocking Applications)
- Use of DNS to block certain sites featuring Child Pornography and the likes.
- Government Agencies Intervention which is mandated to regulate the access of such website. e.g. DOJ/NBI
You may check this articles
I think I have fixed it... it has something to do with Globe's NATed IP I think (120.xxx.xxx.xxx) combined with using OpenDNS...
When I got the 180.xxx.xxx.xxx IP add, seems to be working again now...
Will further observe.
This is my first time to hear about this.
You are using a OpenDNS Family Protect DNS Settings.It is not caused by the government or Globe. I am using it right now to protect my network from p2p and pornography traps on my house.
For using OPENDNS Open Resolver without any blocking, you may use 126.96.36.199 or 188.8.131.52.
For using Google-Public Dns without any blocking, you may use 184.108.40.206 or 220.127.116.11
Instructions: OpenDNS Store > Change your Settings (Powered by OpenDNS)