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local (no space) host (or 127-dot-0-dot-0-dot-1) is very slow or unresponsive (and this site doesn't like them as keywords

I have tried searching for other posts on this, but putting "local (no space) host" or "127-dot-0-dot-0-dot-1" into the search box results in a "Forbidden" page. It also messes up this post, which is why I have added the extra words to make them display.

I have a couple of programs on my PC that use ports on local the local machine to display their results via a webpage. I have used them for many years without problem, but in the past few months they have both been mostly refusing to display when I try to open their respective webpage. Occasionally they work, but usually they display partial results, results without the formatting (which might be the same thing), time out all together or  I get a "this site can't be reached" message. The 2 programs are totally unrelated, and the only thing in common is the web address on the local machine. This behaviour is the same on any of the browsers I have tried, IE, Edge, Chrome and Brave

I have tried searching through the Norton settings to see if there is a way of allowing these addresses through, but have been unable to find a result. Does anyone have any workaround to stop Norton breaking these programs?

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Re: local (no space) host (or 127-dot-0-dot-0-dot-1) is very slow or unresponsive (and this site doesn't like them as keywords

Is your VPN active when you get these blocks? If so try turning off the VPN and test. There have been reports here of the Norton VPN interfering with local resources, printers, and other computers on the local network.

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Re: local (no space) host (or 127-dot-0-dot-0-dot-1) is very slow or unresponsive (and this site doesn't like them as keywords

Apologies for the delay in replying - a small family emergency!

I'm afraid it happens whatever the state of the VPN, so that's not the issue

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