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Domain Problems

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by TheBadGuyReload, Sep 5, 2004.

  1. TheBadGuyReload

    TheBadGuyReload Registered

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    I uploaded my index.html file into the www folder and everytime i try to access my website i get this error:

    Im not sure if this is a cpanel problem im having or a server problem, its most likely my lack of knowledge using cpanel.

    Thanks.
     
  2. linux-image

    linux-image Well-Known Member

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    seems like you have a missing entry at the httpd.conf file. First try the following:
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    1. ping your domain from any command prompt. You can even use http://centralops.net for this.

    Check if that ip belongs to that of your host; else it must be a DNS issue. so make the nameservers of your domain as given to you by your host.

    2, If ping is fine; then your browser is sure able to get to the server. And that means that the apache in the server dosen't recognize your domain. In that case contact yout host's support to correct the issue.
     
  3. TheBadGuyReload

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    Here are the ping resaults i got, im not sure if this means my ping is fine or not:
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    count ttl (hops) rtt (ms)   from     
    1           Timed out 
    2           Timed out 
    3           Timed out 
    4           Timed out 
    5           Timed out 
    
    Statistics
    packets sent 5   
      received 0 0% 
      lost 5 100% 
    
    times (ms) min -   
      avg -   
      max -   
    
    Thank you for your help.
     
  4. sawbuck

    sawbuck Well-Known Member

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    The "timed out" result is telling you the IP/domain address is not available.
     
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    linux-image Well-Known Member

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    yea.. either your domain is not resolving to a valid ip address; or your host has blocked the ping request; or your domain isn't registered at all.

    you can also send me the domain name as PM so that we can have a check.
     
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