Hey, I really had no idea where to post this topic, which is saying a lot lol Last weekend (7th till 9th) we had are internet go out. No real explantion from my ISP, at one point I got a guy telling me it has to do with the DNS, but it really made no sense to me. So the 9th comes, and I got internet back, things seem fine. Then shortly after that, maybe a day, start having issues loading websites. Some sites just don't load at all, some load very slowly, some load partly. Sometimes a website won't load, and then it will another time. It is two different systems having the problem, one is Windows 7, one is Windows 8. I have tried both Chrome & IE on each system. I have reset/turned off the router and modem many times now. I have even switched routers, and changed my DNS. Nothing has worked. Cleared all caches and items like that from browsers, flushed the DNS, even did a system restore on one of the systems. I called the ISP today, and the guy said he thinks there might be something wrong with my external IP address. Didn't give me details, said he was unsure, but might be fixed by end of today (which it's not). That kinda makes sense, but I don't understand how something can be wrong with my external IP. Anyways, assuming it's not my ISP (going to keep dealing with them and try to get it fixed) what could possibly be causing my problem?