[clug] DNS weirdness
kim.holburn at gmail.com
Fri May 9 12:09:08 GMT 2008
Apart from putting in a service call, you could always try opendns
when you need to:
On 2008/May/09, at 1:27 PM, Andrew Loughhead wrote:
> This isn't really a linux question but it is a network question so
> hopefully on topic enough to keep people happy.
> My ISP is Netspeed. A couple of particular websites I want to view, www.intelligentflight.com.au
> and forum.intelligentflight.com, seem to be doing weird things in
> Netspeeds DNS. Right now, if I dig either of these names on
> Netspeeds primary DNS (dig @184.108.40.206
> www.intelligentflight.com.au) I get status SERVFAIL. If I dig
> against their secondary DNS (dig @220.127.116.11 www.intelligentflight.com.au
> ) I get status NOERR and the name is resolved. At other times of day
> the primary DNS works though, but most nights at 8 or 9 it doesn't.
> Its making it a bit tedious to actually access the websites. No
> other web sites I use seem to suffer like this. Is it possible to
> tell if this likely to be an issue with Netspeed DNS, or with the
> web sites hosting service, or something else?
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