dns problem with browsers only?
beaman at csranet.com
Wed Nov 10 23:10:29 UTC 1999
Has anyone seen this before? pc's can use short name for telnet, ping, and
nslookup. But when they use a short name in a browser (http://intranet),
it doesn't. The web page is not displayed and they get a 500 error. But
when they use the FQDN (http://vm.cfsan.fda.gov) or the ip address
(http://184.108.40.206), bingo - it works! We have tried going to different
web servers (http://intranet, http://updates) and using different browsers
(netscape, hotjava, ie), but we get the same behavior. nslookup looks fine
for nslookup vm and nslookup 220.127.116.11.
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