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From "Jeanne Marie Hardin" <>
Subject [users@httpd] DNS hijacking
Date Thu, 23 Oct 2003 17:48:50 GMT
I have been running Apache (2.0.47/Win) on my notebook comp as a test
server for my web design work for a few months now but I have a problem
I hope someone can help me with. Since I installed Apache I find that
some websites are sent to my local server instead of to the server in
question. ( is one server that I can no
longer access from my comp, either by the URI or the IP address. For
some reason I get the default page on my own server instead of theirs. I
have these lines set in my httpd.conf file (in the appropriate places,
of course):



Can anyone lend me a clue as to what is wrong with my server?

Jeanne Marie Hardin

"Decisions are made by those who show up."
-President Josiah Bartlett
 The West Wing, in the episode "What Kind of Day It Has Been"

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