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I am also having this issue in PA zip code 19341, I have tried a router reboot and clearing my cache butto no success. Hopefully this will be corrected soon.
Same issue here in Sellersville 18960
This seems to be a routing issue, nothing for us to do except wait for verizon to repair the problem.
Same issue, looks like maybe a DNS issue at Verizon, I could not access from my FIOS home nor from my office in Philly.
Same boat here in Collegeville, PA 19426. I'm unable to access MANY websites, including facebook. Something is going wrong in the network today.
It's not likely a DNS issue since I use OpenDNS servers from my Ubuntu Linux desktop. This has to be a routing issue. I can access Yahoo, Google (and Gmail) and Verizon.com but none of the ads or other links from the searches are accessible. Can't acecess Facebook, Speedtest, Engadget with direct IP addresses.
I can also confirm that this is a major routing issue. 22.214.171.124 is down, but 126.96.36.199 is ok. Clients in the Philly area all affected.
I was told that it was my Actiontec (we use cisco) hehehe.
FIOS to FIOS seems ok, so this is a Verizon edge-level problem.
It still shocks me the amount of routing issues Verizon has.