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Hope that makes sense! 0 Kudos Posted by celestra 03-05-2009 09:44 AM Visitor Member Since: 03-05-2009 Posts: 3 Message 33 of 42 (3,650 Views) Re: RESULTS: P.S. Thank you. 0 Kudos 41 REPLIES Posted by Joel 02-24-2009 12:43 PM Mac Expert View All Member Since: 12-01-2003 Posts: 5,829 Message 2 of 42 (3,967 Views) Re: DNS Error? WinXP makes it harder to forget to clear any manual DNS settings that you may have, since it puts IP address, default gateway, and DNS settings in the same window. I'm trying to access the site using IE8 Beta 2, Safari and Google Chrome and they all come up with the same error message All other site access is OK The check it out
Basically I went to the OpenDNS website, followed the very useful and well done instructions to using an OpenDNS server and now all my DNS errors are solved. Everything has (seemed to) be working fine but I noticed recently a couple of websites which I just can't find - I get a DNS / "page cannot be displayed" error. Simply did a scan, found there were only 3, and thought what the heck !! www.yahoo.com into the IP address that is needed for actual communication.
If you are using windows just open a command prompt (i assume you already know to open it). It is www.entrepreneur.com and when I try to go there using IE 6.0, my browser times out and displays a "Cannot Find server" / "Page cannot be displayed" error AND/OR jumps Re: DNS Error? Xbox One Dns Settings My last resort is uninstalling my McAfee, but I hate to do that as I have a 3-license subscription and I don't want to mess up the other computers on the
I've run Malwarebytes and SuperAnti Spyware and both report there are no problems and I've used CCleaner and Eusing to clean the registry, From what I've read on the internet, I'm Reports: · Posted 7 years ago Top milnerw Posts: 528 This post has been reported. If you're the topic starter, and need this topic reopened, please contact a staff member with the address of the thread. http://www.computing.net/answers/networking/dns-error-for-just-a-few-web-sites/36562.html Re: DNS Error?
So really strange !! Dns Server Can't Resolve Xbox Live Server Names share|improve this answer answered Oct 18 '13 at 19:02 mfinni 31.2k33474 I added a screenshot of NsLookup from my own machine. Microsoft MVP - Windows Desktop Experience 08-28-2008, 06:58 PM #3 QTSJeff Registered Member Join Date: Aug 2008 Posts: 4 OS: XP Pro service pack 2 website is http://www.tygris.com We use data about you for a number of purposes explained in the links below.
Can't Access One Particular Website, Problem Only Occurs at Home Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe to RSS Feed Highlight Print Report Hi, unfortunately I can't get to any of I have passed this information to the hosting facility and entrepreneur.com and they have put up additional test sites in an effort to resolve this issue.The two sites are:http://test.entrepreneur.comhttp://test2.entrepreneur.comPlease try to Dns Error Website Not Found Can't Access One Particular Website, Problem Only Occurs at Home Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe to RSS Feed Highlight Print Report Hi,CANNOT get to the TEST3 site. Only One Dns Server Havin talked to the man at Three again (it was extremely hot in India apparently), he wasn't able to shed any light on the problem (other than he could access the
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because when the mini is connected via my home network, it cannot find the site either.... So since it was a DNS error I thought perhaps my ISP or router has got some DNS things wrong so using OpenDNS. The same thing happens if I do a search on Entrepreneur.com and try to click a link for a search results page.If I try to type www.entrepreneur.com directly into the Address Source News 18 hr Star Wars: The Old Republic Gets New Modes, Lots of Fam...
to give us a new router and modem.Have you raised your issue with Comcast tech support? If so then the name resolution is the issue. It resolved itself within a day or two. have a peek here What (or where) is 126.96.36.199?Does it mean the problem is my ISP?Thanks for your help,Aileen Report • #11 1stepbeyond May 22, 2009 at 03:32:22 hipauls covered quite a bit here already,can
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Snap! Would prefer not to uninstall my antivirus at this point).Strangely enough, I have a friend on Comcast who can get to the site, no problem. Re: DNS Error? i flushed my PC's dns cache, the DNS servers cache, and the firewall cache. hostname was still resolvable to ip when pinged.
I plan to install a laptop in front of the firewall this weekend to verify their is not a setting that is preventing a connection. I'm not sure where that is in the Internet Options, though. 0 Kudos Posted by heidilaf77 02-27-2009 06:58 PM Contributor View All Member Since: 11-14-2007 Posts: 51 Message 20 of 42 Several functions may not work. Please report back if you are/are not able to get to this test page.Thanks!Message Edited by chc1234 on 02-26-2009 05:36 PMMessage Edited by chc1234 on 02-26-2009 05:36 PM 0 Kudos Posted
I've cleared all cache and internet history from my browsers, still no go. I had the same thing happen when I started up my website. Cannot ping or trace route from firewall diagnostic utility, no restictions configured on the firewall. Able to connect from home and any other location with no problems.
Re: DNS Error? So its a Chrome specific issue and has nothing to do with DNS Servers or your Internet connection. Next is type the name of the domain or website that you want to access.