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strange think with make ping
Hi.... i have cpanel vps server with centos
well... i have in my server various accounts (domains)....
when in my server i make ping to any domain... i see the ip 188.8.131.52... but is strange... this is not my main shared ip...
before this problem... i receive various mails about mysqld and ftpd falied....
the strange thing is all accounts works fine.. i try check this domains with other friends... pings in windows pc... etc... and all shows the correct ip of my main shared ip...
i try to restart the service nscd but the problem continue
anybody know what happend?
i thing your server resolv.conf having opendns entries thats why.
Originally Posted by
strange... now i make a ping and works fine...
yes i see a opendns ip in my resolv.conf...
but my question is... why recently when i make a ping i see this ip.... other times i see the correct ip
may be someone change that, check with stats /etc/resolv.conf what time it got change may be you got idea, u will contine see this ip, remove this ip and set back to original one, then all will be ok and keep track when it got change, set a simple monitoring for that, if file got change u got email otherwise not, if it continue happening.
Originally Posted by
my vps is in future hosting... i talk with the support about this problem...
when i send the post "#3" ( http://www.webhostingtalk.com/showpo...65&postcount=3)
are works normally... but in my whm... when i click in DNS Functions > Edit DNS Zone...
I see in the list of "Choose a Zone to Edit" a
I think support team add this....
and is this the reason why now i see the correct ip of ping command
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