Well bags I was going to offer to help you find a new host...but if the above is true.........
Well, hopefully it isn't true...just feels that way. I just learned from some of the few folks who actually got set back up at cyberwings that they too can't get to their site using their domain names. This appears to be an DNS problem. So I guess I won't rush to find a new host just yet.
Yeah, I was doing a little checking for you guys and it does look like a dns type problem. If you look at http://www.dnsreport.com/tools/dnsre...hostpacket.net it does appear that maybe dns is down on their servers. Not to slam HP, but that is why it is really a bad idea to have dns running on only one machine. I personally don't even like to see it run out of one datacenter...but that is just my personal opinion.
Originally posted by dandanfirema Have you tried http://www.samspade.org ? I actually use it to help verify signups. It is a great place to look up domain registrations, IP block verifications and even some traceroutes when required
Nope, never heard of it. But it's
If it is dk2002's server, I am sure he knows what is going on.
However, there may be some additional problems as I see that both DNS servers for hostpacket.net point to 18.104.22.168. This ip address is responding to web requests, but according to dnsreport.com (link posted above) it is not responding to dns requests.
Bind is waaaaaaaaay too picky! For those readers that are not familar, it will completely fail to start if even a ; or a } is our of place. One day they should code in a piece of code to reject the bad entries and start it up anyway.
Originally posted by dandanfirema Bind is waaaaaaaaay too picky! For those readers that are not familar, it will completely fail to start if even a ; or a } is our of place. One day they should code in a piece of code to reject the bad entries and start it up anyway.