Certain websites are blocked on my home network! [SOLVED]

I thought I was being smart and installed Bitdefender, Total Protection on my computer.
I started doing some work on a website that I am working on for a friend. It uses CPanel as the control panel.
Well I go to the IP of the site and start working on transferring files via FTP.
all of a sudden I cant connect.
I do some searching and it appears that Bit Defender does not like CPanel. Treats it like an intrusion and now all sites associated with the IP 192.154.143are blocked on my network.
I bet if you try to go there it works.
I try to ping that IP and it does not get out.
I try to get to the sites on that IP on my phone, not connected to my WiFi and I can get out.
Try
eatnutfree.com
dufour.photography
shavedback.com/presta
groan.ca
http://192.154.143.222/ (this is the cpanel login for my server)

these are all hosted on the same shared account (mine) and none of them are reachable from my home computers, any of them.

I've uninstalled Bit defender, and now still all these sites are blocked. I am totally confused and lost for what to do.

I could probably ask my host to move the sites but that seems extreme.

I have to sleep now so I'll check any replies in the morning.
ARGH!

Edit,
I'm on a Netgear WNDR4500 router using default genie firmware

From PA...

Yeah, BitDefender cannot cause that. Try restarting your router by just unplugging and replugging it. If that doesn't help, try specifying your PC's DNS server to 8.8.8.8 and see if that helps. It's possible your ISP's DNS servers are having issues tonight. If that doesn't help, your router may need a full reset but try those two first. You may also want to see if it has a firmware update available which might clear out the gremlins. Genie enabled Netgear routers can search and do the update for you from the setup.

to which I said

Thanks, 8.8.8.8 did not help. Do I need to restart anythign after setting that?

I had already restarted my router.

Seems awfully coincidental that these 2 events happened at the same time.

I do see that it has a firmware available but I avoided it because it broke my internet last time I tried to install it. That was a while ago so I suppose I should try again...tomorrow.
Doing this stuff at 11:30 at night never ends in an early night for me. and they always seem to happen when I need to go to bed. I need a weekend afternoon to do this.

I can't ping 192.154.143.222 either, and when I go there, I get a "Default Website Page", to wit:

If you feel you have reached this page in error, please contact the web site owner:
[email protected]

It may be possible to restore access to this site by following these instructions for clearing your dns cache.

If you are the web site owner, it is possible you have reached this page because:

The IP address has changed.
There has been a server misconfiguration.
The site may have been moved to a different server.

If you are the owner of this website and were not expecting to see this page, please contact your hosting provider.

Then, in small print, down at the bottom:

Note: Although this site is running cPanel, WebHost Manager, and Apache software it almost certainly has no other connection to cPanel Inc. or the Apache Group. Please do not send mail about this site or its contents to cPanel Inc. or the Apache Group.
About cPanel:

cPanel is a leading provider of software for the webhosting industry. If you would like to learn more about cPanel please visit our website at www.cpanel.net. Please be advised that cPanel Inc. is not a web hosting company, and as such has no control over content found elsewhere on this site.
About Apache HTTP Server:

The Apache HTTP Server is an open source web server which powers many of the world's web sites. The Apache HTTP server is part of the Apache Group's many influential projects. Their efforts have helped shape much the world wide web, and they continue to be a dominating force in the web hosting industry.

And that's pretty much it. I'm not familiar with cpanel, but I don't see anything resembling a panel.

That IP is just for the server. If you add the port to it you get the login.
http://192.154.143.222:2082/

I need to find other people who are on the same ISP as me to test a theory.
Last night I was transferring files from one host to another. In the process bit defender noted that some files, that were in the process of being uploads d to the new host location, we're infected. At that point try FTP application lost connection. Then I found out all connections to any site at the same IP were not available.

My theory is that Rogers Internet (my isp) blocked the IP due to malicious content.

I'll be testing this today.
If you are on Rogers please test the sites on the first post.

OK, so, you just made a major change on your computer, installing BitDefender. And BitDefender told you about viruses, and then suddenly you can't access the site that you were uploading viruses to.

I'm really not grasping how you went from those facts in evidence to Rogers blocking the connection. It's probably BitDefender. Try removing it, and see if you're then able to access the sites.

Bit defender was removed as soon as I decided it was too much. I figure it's my ISP because even devices that did not have bit defender installed can't access these sites. .
I don't know much about ISPs but could it be that they scanned files that I was uploading to an IP and decided that ipwas a risk?

Solved.
My Host didnt like that I wsa uploading so many files at once. The reason my home IP was blocked from the server was "too many connections"
Really?
My Filezilla was set to 2 connections.

Oh well, I've set it to 1 and they have unblocked my IP and I can now access.

Thank you all for your insight.
Damn coincidences.

Yeah, that's a ridiculous reason to just block you from all your stuff, without an error or anything. Yeesh.

Also, dude why are you still on Rogers?! That's the greatest tragedy in this whole thing!

Parallax Abstraction wrote:

Yeah, that's a ridiculous reason to just block you from all your stuff, without an error or anything. Yeesh.

Also, dude why are you still on Rogers?! That's the greatest tragedy in this whole thing! :)

I know. I can't convince my wife to drop land lines due to the whole 911 - location finding thing.
Dial 911 and see if they know where you are if you can't actually talk.

Rogers TV, well, we rarely watch any but the few channels we do watch are watched. but we did drop down to basic.

groan wrote:
Parallax Abstraction wrote:

Yeah, that's a ridiculous reason to just block you from all your stuff, without an error or anything. Yeesh.

Also, dude why are you still on Rogers?! That's the greatest tragedy in this whole thing! :)

I know. I can't convince my wife to drop land lines due to the whole 911 - location finding thing.
Dial 911 and see if they know where you are if you can't actually talk.

Rogers TV, well, we rarely watch any but the few channels we do watch are watched. but we did drop down to basic.

You can still switch to TekSavvy for your Internet while keeping their other stuff. Just sayin'.

groan wrote:

I know. I can't convince my wife to drop land lines due to the whole 911 - location finding thing.
Dial 911 and see if they know where you are if you can't actually talk.

We still have a land line for basically the same reason, but we just pay for local service so the number exists. I think it's like $25 a month. That's also the number we give to businesses so they aren't calling our cellphones. Internet is via a different service though.