Sean C. Sheridan on 12 Nov 2008 08:03:03 -0800

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Re: [PLUG] DNS problem


Having them on different ip's is not an issue, we do the same.  Curiously
when I went to it ended up resolving to

Pinging either only gets me to

I am unable to connect to through the web

"The connection has timed out
The server at is taking too long to respond."

I am, however, able to telnet to port 25 at and speak to your
mail server.

Your MX record indicates you are at:

I do not see any c-name's for your domain, but I do see an "a record"
pointing to:	A	IN

But is not amoroso.

My guess is the www (a record) is set incorrectly.

Are you getting email?
Are you getting web traffic?

Sean C. Sheridan

Campus Party, Inc.
444 North Third St.
Philadelphia, PA 19123
(215) 320-1810, xtn 117
(215) 320-1814 fax

> Hi all,
> I think someone mentioned this on this list a few
> months ago, here's my problem, it may be sort of
> dumb, but here it is...
> We have an internal mail server in house which
> runs DNS which everyone uses.  Our web site is hosted
> elsewhere, I can't remember where right now.  So,
> the mail server and the web site have different IP
> addresses.
> The problem is, we can't get to the web site from
> in here.  I know the IP address, if I put it in a
> browser, that still doesn't work.  Way back in the
> past I has a www entry in my DNS setup files which
> solved the problem.  That doesn't seem to be working
> now.  Anyone know where to look to troubleshoot
> this?
> The website:
> The mailserver:
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