Most people are not able to access the internal configuration of there own Modem which is where the MAC address and IP Address seen by the rest of the world is found. Your Router is connected to your Modem and is simply used to help you split out multiple addresses provided by an internal network so doing anything on it would be pointless.
If you are having trouble viewing a website there are many reasons this could happen.
- The website may be offline or your rout to it through the Internet may be interrupted or broken. Typical reason for interruptions or broken pathways to the website would be an update done by the website owner in the DNS setting. Say you visit a website one time and get through no problem, if the site owner makes a change to the IP Address then updates the DNS server you may not be able to see the site again for upto 24 hours because all the jumps your connection made to the website originally made need to time out before double checking with the core DNS server to realize the IP address has been changed. This is because each of the hops between you and a given website cache the IP address of the places you go on the Internet for faster resolution on your next request. These are little temporary databases that normally clean themselves out after 15 minutes but can be set to cache DNS data for upto 48 hours.
- You have been IP or MAC Addresses banned. I the case of an IP address ban you need to contact your Internet provider and ask for the least time on your DHCP connection to be rest so a new IP address can be set. However the DHCP servers that provide you with an IP tend to remember your last IP address depending on the MAC Address found on your Modem so you either need them set the new IP address for your Modem by hand or remove the MAC Address data about your Modem from there database so that you can submit a fresh request and hopefully a different IP address.
this entire thing has nothign to do with what the matter is at hand this wall u typed is for EXAMPLE i come to haven and it works fine 30 mins later hour's even i come back its down which would probably be a ip update/dns updates then which u would simply restart modems/routers for 15 seconds like u stated But your not understanding that thsi is the same domain as freeshaiya.com so if u have more then 1 pc in ur house the software does put u on automatic mac ip address ban list which u would need to fallow my steps for thanks for the help on the simple dns/ip update cause that does tend to happen to more ppl then it should lol were all they had to do is restart modem but if ur mac address is diffrent and possibly banned thats how u would fix it
which was what happened to me cause i restarted my modems/routers for 30 seconds and pluged back in worked fine for just haven not free shaiya i did those steps above with my mac addres i just put the settings to mac address setting to computers mac and it worked when i restarted modems/routs again