The website is properly working. It could be on your end alone or the problem is the website limiting the number of congruent users on the same I.P.
Thank you for your response Jelan.
Are you also a Home LTE subscriber? I have asked my colleagues who are using the same service (Globe LTE) to access the site and had the same result.
This is a public website and limiting access to user's with the same IP is highly improbable especially when they are selling their products and services there.
I have already applied all the possible solution:
1. Conducted ping and traceroute
2. Changing the DNS
3. Restarting the router
4. Clearing browser cache
5. Tried other devices (Mobiles, Tablet and PCs) to access the site.
The problem was reported to Globe's technical support but with no definite solution.
Anybody there who can access the website with the same service (Globe LTE)? I'm starting to doubt Globe's capability to negotiate and create route to other DNS servers.
Yes. They use this kind of i.p limiting to prevent spams. Also what dns did
you change?. I am using opendns.
Incase that there are still problem you may use proxy or vpn
On Monday, July 14, 2014, firstname.lastname@example.org <
It's not IP limiting just to be precise. It's QoS. Also, QoS wouldn't respond with a 504 error. In my case, I'm stuck with 504 error each time I access the site.
Already tried those DNS but still no luck while using proxy or vpn is just a band-aid solution. What I need is a long-term solution. That long-term solution is for Globe to fix their network routes.
1. If nothing has worked up to this point, contacting the website is
probably the next best thing to do. There's a good chance the website
administrators are already working to fix the root cause of the 504 Gateway
Timeout error, assuming they're aware of it, but there's nothing wrong
touching base with them.
See my Website Contact Information
for help figuring out how to contact popular websites. Most major sites
have social networking accounts they use to help support their services and
some even have telephone numbers and email addresses.
Tip: If it's starting to look like the website might be giving a 504
error for everyone, searching Twitter for real-time information about the
site's outage is often helpful. The best way to do this is to search for
#websitedown on Twitter. For example, if Facebook might be down,
search #facebookdown <https://twitter.com/search?q=%23facebookdown> .
2. Contact your Internet Service Provider. It's very likely at this
point, after following all the troubleshooting above, that the 504 Gateway
Timeout that you're seeing is a problem caused by a network issue that your
ISP is responsible for.
Tip: See How To Talk To Tech Support
tips on talking to your Internet Service Provider about this problem.
3. Come back later. You've exhausted all your options at this point and
the 504 Gateway Timeout error is either in the hands of the website or your
ISP to correct.
Check back with the site regularly. No doubt it'll start working again
On Mon, Jul 14, 2014 at 5:24 PM, email@example.com <
You may also try visiting 18.104.22.168 for the website
I'm grateful for the thought of you helping. But I've done those suggestions. Also, if you are copying something posted by others, please make sure you say that you copied it from that author or page or just paste the link. I know because I've already read that article by Tim Fisher.
Yes it comes from about.com but I added a picture on the mail when I reply via e-mail. I just saw it that there were no picture added when it was posted here.
I think this is a BIG problem with Globe Telecoms. I also often experience this 504 error. Try accessing http://www.thelobbyist.biz using Globe connection, this will give you 504 error. Most of our web subscribers/online columnist are asking if our website is down even though its not, and we ask them what connection they used and they told us that its Globe. Subscribers should not be given just a band-aid solution but a concrete solution and these solutions should not be coming from us and we are not the one who should be doing this DNS thing. Hope that Globe Telecoms resolves this issue once and for all.
Hi! If you are really sure about this. You should contact globe at their
office and not on Globe's Subscribers Channel.
On Fri, Aug 29, 2014 at 1:56 PM, jakebergonia <
Well, I just thought this forum can help Us (Subscribers), but it seems that this issue of error 504 is still UNRESOLVED until now. I think you should also tell that to Jefrey Cabatingan who started this thread. Thanks.
Is this issue happends on LTE only. Then the problem can be found on their
Mobile Data Service Proxys
On Fri, Aug 29, 2014 at 5:26 PM, jakebergonia <
I'm using a prepaid Globe Tattoo USB device. I get Gateway timeouts at the US patent and trademark site (uspto.gov) and at efs.uspto.gov, and at 22.214.171.124 , and at 126.96.36.199, and also at the US National Library of Medicine website or at addresses therein. I have had some occasional luck accessing these sites in off hours. Today I had to go to Star Computer in Toledo City, bringing a USB drive that had my digital certificate and various pdf documents in order to file a patent application because I was getting Gateway timeout errors. It was slow going at Star computer, but at least I was able to file the patent application for my client.