Blocked Page Bypass Issues
The process that identifies you with your bypass code relies on two background components:
1) A series of 5 DNS calls
2) A cookie created from the 5 DNS calls.
Issues around 1) can usually be found around either your browser, operating system, or an upstream DNS server caching entries for to long.
Issues around 2) are usually to do with restrictive cookie policies within the browser. If you don't allow cookies, then the codes won't work.
If there any impediments to this process, then the user won't be able to access the required site.
IE caches DNS records for 30 minutes. Chrome will respect the TTL of the DNS record and generally handles DNS better.
Still having an issue?
If you are having further issues, please open a ticket after running our diagnostic tool:
We only require the link "http://opendnsupdate.appspot.com/d/12733002" to see your tool output.
You can cut and paste the link, or send us a screenshot of the tool output showing the link.