DNS Resolution Issue with Website?

Joshua Brady somitho at gmail.com
Mon Nov 1 23:30:31 UTC 2004


comp-protocols is also forwarded to a newsgroup, where he probably
posted, it also is an email list which he probably didn't know. So he
will get it just by going to read the replies on his favorite usenet

Joshua Brady

On Mon, 1 Nov 2004 16:00:42 -0500, Matt Ashburn <matt.ashburn at gmail.com> wrote:
> I am not seeing the problems you describe when I visit the site.  But,
> hey, you won't even get this since you didn't provide a valid reply-to
> address.  Good work.
> Matt
> On Sat, 30 Oct 2004 10:17:08 -0400, Absolutely
> <absolutelynospam at here.now> wrote:
> > Don't know if this is the place to post this, but we'll give it a shot.
> >
> > Got something happening that I can't quite figure out.  We are working with
> > a company that has two domains.  The domains are www.checktech.us and
> > www.checktechfinancial.com.
> >
> > www.checktech.us is registered with GoDaddy and is forwarded to
> > www.checktechfinancial.com, which is registered with Network Solutions.
> >
> > A couple of weird things are happening.  First, when hovering over a link at
> > www.checktechfinancial.com, rather than seeing the URL we are seeing the IP
> > address of the web server.  Second, and probably caused by the same problem,
> > there is a search function on www.checktechfinancial.com when is run through
> > a third party search service.  The banners and such from
> > www.checktechfinancial.com are supposed to show up on the search site, but
> > don't unless the path to those images are change from a URL to the IP
> > address of the web server hosting www.checktechfinancial.com.
> >
> > The other really weird thing is that the site seems to be using frames, even
> > though there is absolutely nothing in the coding for frames.  If we move the
> > entire site to a subfolder under our own site on our webserver, everything
> > works correctly, even though we have to access it using
> > www.ourdomain/checktechfinancial.com, with the exception of the search
> > feature of course.
> >
> > I think something is wacked out in DNS, although I may be wrong.  If it is
> > DNS, where could the problem be?
> >
> >

Joshua Brady

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