This would generally be the result of either a DNS issue or location aware browsing.
If your issue is DNS related, avoiding this is quite simple. If you statically assign your DNS settings on your network adapter to use a public DNS (our DNS servers - 126.96.36.199 and 188.8.131.52), you should be able to browse again. If you require steps on how to make this change, please refer to one of these articles:
- Changing DNS settings in Windows
- Changing DNS settings in MacOS
- Changing DNS settings in Linux (using Network Manager)
- Changing DNS settings in Android (Wifi only)
- Changing DNS settings in iOS (Wifi only)
If your issue is related to Location-Aware Browsing, please see our article about disabling this browser feature here.