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Web site not found, DNS problem?

Discussion in 'Bind / DNS / Nameserver Issues' started by thechronic, Oct 14, 2005.

  1. thechronic

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    I have performed the maildir conversion yesterday and did a /scripts/upcp --force

    After that I couldn't reach my domain (www.aprworks-online.be) anymore, but I can still ping the server and log in to the WHM.

    What can cause this? It seems like a DNS problem, but I've checked everything but it all seems to be OK.

    - the name server pointers are correctly set up with the registrar of the domain
    - Networking Setup > Nameserver IPs shows the correct IP addresses for the primary and secondary nameserver
    - I've requested the DNS IP's from the data center and added these to the /etc/resolv.conf file, which now reads
    Code:
    domain aprworks-online.com
    search aprworks-online.com
    nameserver 209.51.128.19
    nameserver 209.51.128.20
    - Service Configuration > Nameserver Setup: enabled it
    - Server Configuration > Basic cPanel/WHM Setup: I've assigned IP addresses and added A entries for both nameservers
    - I've done /scripts/upcp --force after all this

    But the domain can still not be reached, what else can be the problem?
     
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    oleanhst Active Member

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    I had the same issue. I had to restart bind
     
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    That doesn't work :(

    I also tried doing a graceful reboot but that doesn't help either.
     
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    chirpy Well-Known Member

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    and how do I solve that?
     
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    Anyone?

    When I check the service status, the named service is up and running.
     
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    I noticed something weird, DNS clustering is disabled, but when I click on 'DNS Functions > Establish a Trust Relationship with a Primary Nameserver' I get the message 'This function is handled automatically since dns clustering is enabled. There is no need to set it up.'
     
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    DNS issues can be tricky; I suggest you hire a sys admin to help you.
     
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    It started working again after I restarted IPconfig.
     
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