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From Renato Oliveira <renato.olive...@grant.co.uk>
Subject RE: [users@httpd] Domain cant find server
Date Thu, 15 Apr 2010 09:04:06 GMT
Have you checked if you can ping the DNS name from other machines?
Have you checked if you can get access to the DNS name from outside or from somewhere other
than the location you are in?
Have you checked the nameservers you are using?
Do an nslookup on Windows or host -t A <DNSNAME> on linux and see what is the result.

Check which nameservers the server is using? Can you resolve the DNS name from the server
in question?

Make sure the DNS name matches the server name and the IP address.

You need to identify if the problem is with your premises or an external problem.
Try to break it down to narrow the problem.
It maybe there is a technical problem with godaddy.

R



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-----Original Message-----


From: Frank Gingras [mailto:francois.gingras@gmail.com]
Sent: 14 April 2010 22:59
To: users@httpd.apache.org
Subject: Re: [users@httpd] Domain cant find server

Alexander,

You are facing a domain name resolution issue. Please look on wikipedia
and the likes for more details, as apache httpd does not interact with DNS.

Frank.

On 14/04/2010 4:52 PM, Alexander Welz wrote:
> I have apache 2.2 installed on a computer.
>
> If I type the IP address for the server in the browser window, the website
> displays
> I am using a domain from GoDaddy. I set up the Name server in Go daddy for
> the domain of the same name.
> I can ping the nameserver and the IP for the webserver displays.
> If I ping for the domain name it can not find the server.
>
> The DNS and Nameserver are set up correctly with godaddy, but it is getting
> lost when the domain tries to find my server.
>
> Any ideas on what is causing the problem?
>
>
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