Cliff Palmer, Jr.
cpalmer at spam-me-not-iname.com
Wed Mar 1 18:02:52 UTC 2000
Just called them...(other number worked...heh),
They claim that they're having problems with their network, and should
be fixed soon. I'm not sure if Granitecanyon falls under that outage or
not. Anyone else care to clarify?
-Cliff Palmer, Jr.
"Steve Senator" <sts+bind-users at senator.colospgs.co.us> wrote in message
news:200003011730.KAA27406 at thera.senator.org...
> All of our servers are currently up. The problem is that our
> ISP for ns1, soa, and news is Verio. Verio is not advertising
> the route to our network. I would appreciate it if you and
> everyone else could help motivate Verio by calling them at
> 1-888-55VERIO (1-888-551-1630) and asking them to respond to case
> # 739848, the one describing the route to 188.8.131.52/24 via
> 184.108.40.206 for the customer of "Senator Enterprises."
> Please help spread the word on this to motivate them to take
> faster action.
> -Steve Senator, for the Public DNS and Granite Canyon
> clarkweb at my-deja.com writes:
> > Haven't seen nor heard from granitecanyon in over 24 hours; can't even
> > get to their website anymore.
> > Question for the group: I had set up with granitecanyon using the
> > unpublished primary method, with no problem. for primary, I ran a DNS
> > server on my box, got a canonical name from yi.org and told GC that my
> > nameserver was running on ns1.me.yi.org which seemed to work just fine.
> > I noticed granitecanyon was down, so i thought I'd try something. I
> > went to networksolutions, and registered ns1.me.com as a host, which
> > allowed me to put the ip address of my machine in...I went into my DNS
> > server and put ns1.me.com in as a "A" record...I then updated my
> > listing with networksolutions to show that ns1.me.com was the primary
> > nameserver and put granitecanyon as secondary.
> > anyone think this will work? it seems like i'm swallowing my own tail,
> > so to speak.
> > Sent via Deja.com http://www.deja.com/
> > Before you buy.
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