I was asked to start this thread in hopes that I may find a solution to why I, and others, are having so much trouble to Log-In to GTT.
This started with my first attempt at changing my password, after the "Unprofessional looking" BLUE MESSAGE on the upper section of the site. I had no luck with that.
I contacted Jason through a WFM site Private Message; and he was very helpful, as he went in from his end; and gave me a temporary password. Thanks, Jason. With it, I was finally able to Log-In, but was slow and not able to do much more within the site. After many attempts to maneuver through the site, I thought I'd try rebooting the router. This did nothing to solve my problems. Then, thought I would try by-passing my router(ASUS RT N66U); and connect my PC directly into the wall outlet. After doing so, the log-in time sped up and I was able to maneuver through the site as usual. When I reconnected to through router, the problem returned.
This is what happens:
After a successful Lon-In, the site will not allow me to go to other pages(most of the time). When it does, I get an error message. Sometimes, I get a message that states: "Server is busy at this time, try again later."
It will (sometimes), allow me to visit the FORUM page. When I click on the page I want to visit, such as the Good Morning thread, I get one of the previously mentioned messages. This goes on and on. It is very aggravating, to say the least.
This site is the only site I am having trouble with when connected through the router. Blake suggested I change the DNS Server Address. I did that, but have the same problem. In fact, I changed it to different address to see if any of those would work. I rebooted the router again(held reset button down >1 minute). Then, I remove the power supply to the router for >1 minute. After restarting the router, still no luck.
I do know the problem has something to do with the router, as all is well when connected directly to the wall outlet.
Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks in advance.