Cache on ViaSat modem/router

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I need to know how to flush the cache on our new triangular modem. Every time we make a change on our website it will not display on our PC for days.
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Hope

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By the way, I did disconnect power to modem/router, wait, and turn it back on.  No difference. 

I also did the standard stuff on my PC:  CTRL-F5     cmd ipconfig/flushdns    reboot    No difference.  
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Are you sure it isn't something on your PC that needs cleaned? I mean where is the website being hosted at?
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Hope

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Godaddy. It displays on my phone just fine.
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ExSatUser

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That's not what I am saying. The old website might be cached on the browser on your computer and that needs cleaned out.
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Hope

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Yes I cleared cache in chrome. Forgot to mention that.
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ExSatUser

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Try a different browser.  Then try a VPN (there are many free ones to try).  Access the website through a different browser and a VPN.  See if there is a difference.
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Hope

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Used chrome as well as ie
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I doubt the problem is with Viasat.  Connect your phone to the Viasat network and see what happens when you load the site.