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Domain (and website) disappeared!!!!!!!

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Nikon Geek, Jan 24, 2005.

  1. Nikon Geek

    Nikon Geek Registered

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    Just switched the DNS for www.expressivephoto.com over to cPanel a few days ago. Everything worked find initially, but now I get a window that tells me that the domain "can not be found". Anyone have this experience when switching to cPanel? WHAT DO I DO????????? I can't afford to lose what is a very important part of our advertising, and it's already been this way for at least a couple of days now..... :(
     
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    One of my sites wont show at all , and i have checked the named entries , dns entires and httpd.conf and all are ok

    im not sure about your problem but it might just be the dns resolving
     
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    using AOL by any chance?
     
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    Ok this one is simple.

    your domain is using NS3.ROUTESYS.COM and NS4.ROUTESYS.COM for nameservers. I just ran DIG against both of those nameservers and neither nameserver returns records for your domain name expressivephoto.com . Are you the host here or is this just you site? PM me for more help. I am pretty good with DNS issues.
     
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    I just noticed that your SOA TTL value is is screwed up.
     
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