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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Rui, Sep 28, 2003.

  1. Rui

    Rui Member

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    Hi.

    I can't access the sites on my server most of the time, since 2 days ago. Then with no special reason I can access them for a while. No problem with https://domain:2083/2087 http://domain:2082. No problem with emails. Just http://domain won't reach the site most of the times. I can reach the server ssh. Every thing seems ok. Server status all green lights.

    I'm a rackshack client. They are changing nameservers. Would that be a problem? I did a tracert at dnsstuff.com and it says Missing Reverse DNS Entry. Would that be the cause? Ends with Destination unreachable.

    Any clue?

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  2. JPmorgan

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    Nope, im also using RS and all my boxes are fine. Reverse DNS does not have these effects so it no reverse DNS but i would certainly call up your ISP and as them what their doing.

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  3. Rui

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    I found out that the sites on the server can be accessed from other internet provider in Portugal. And Cpanel and rackhack support confirmed fast access to those sites in the USA. It must be my internet provider. I grasp the concept of networking. Nothing more. I believe the problem is because my internet provider is using a transparent proxy. Any clue on how I can resolve this? Thanks.

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    #3 Rui, Sep 30, 2003
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