cbuxton at menandmice.com
Thu Sep 28 21:18:28 UTC 2006
Start testing, using either 'dig' or something like it, to see what
answer the stub resolver is getting from the resolving name server.
Try with recursion both on and off (that is, try each query at least
twice). Do you perhaps have an internal version of the zone oscn.net?
Could there be some kind of routing or firewall issue that prevents
your resolving name server from looking up the domain?
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On Sep 28, 2006, at 2:07 PM, Steve Ingraham wrote:
> None of our users in our domain are able to get to a particular
> from our domain. The website is www.oscn.net <http://www.oscn.net/> .
> I would think first off that this website is down. However, I have
> tested access to that website outside of our domain. Everyone outside
> our domain, including any of you who try, can get to that website. No
> one in our domain can. We have a website at www.okcca.net
> <http://www.okcca.net/> with several links to that website. None of
> those links work. Whenever anyone attempts to navigate to
> <http://www.oscn.net/> from our domain we receive an error message
> "Sever Not Found: Firefox is unable to find www.oscn.net
> <http://www.oscn.net/> "
> Does anyone have any ideas as to why this could be happening and what
> should be done to correct it?
> Steve Ingraham
> Director of Information Services
> Oklahoma Court of Criminal Appeals
> singraham at okcca.net
> 405 522-5343
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