In continuing coverage of the recent issue reported by Latium users, I'm happy to note that the connectivity issues to the Latium website seem to have mostly resolved. A few users are still reporting issues, and these issues appear to stem from DNS issues.
As mentioned in previous posts, the Latium website was recently moved to an upgraded server. Part of a website move often times can include changing the IP address of the website. That appears to be the case for Latium's move. DNS propagation refers to the time it takes for the root DNS servers that operate DNS for the Internet to update the IP address for a website. This process can take a day or more in certain cases to propagate world wide.
If you're still having issues connecting to the Latium website, I recommend updating your DNS settings to utilize Google's public DNS servers. The address for those servers is 126.96.36.199 and 188.8.131.52.
Once you update the DNS settings, you can try navigating to the Latium website and see if your issue is resolved.
If you try this solution please let us know if it fixes your issue by posting on the comment section below.