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Re: [SLUG] t/s dns name resolution, lack of
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- Subject: Re: [SLUG] t/s dns name resolution, lack of
- From: Marty Richards <marty@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 29 Nov 2006 12:11:08 +1100
- Cc: slug@xxxxxxxxxxx
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Everything looks good for that domain in DNS land currently.
I'm guessing that they had a DNS issue recently and that certain large
DNS servers like Telstra have cached the bad entry. If this is so, then
the cached entries should time out in the next day or so...
Alternatively, some of the .pl top level name servers might be missing
some glue records - again this should resolve itself soon.
I'm thinking this way because other DNS servers (in Australia) are not
having any problems resolving this name, but Telstra definately is.
(Pacific Internet also has this problem).
How long have you seen this problem? If it persists for more than 1 day
I would be tempted to contact gazetaprawna.pl and let them know that
they have a problem with some of the biggest DNS servers in Australia
not resolving their names. You could also log a fault with Telstra on
behalf of your BigPond customer - it doesn't hurt to attack these
problems from both sides.
T: 02 9460 8077
F: 02 9460 8166
Voytek Eymont said the following on 29/11/2006 11:41 AM:
I have a user on BigPond cable that can no longer access a particular
both IE and FF says 'no such domain'
ping www.gazetaprawna.pl says 'no such domain name'
BUT, the server can be accessed OK as '188.8.131.52'
this is from Bigpond cable,
outside of BigPond cable I can access the server no problem, either via IP
or domain name
any suggestions ?
I tried 'dig @bigpond_dns_ip www.gazetaprawna.pl from my side, but, it
seems I can't dig Bigpond dns from outside