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Re: [vox-tech] Tracking down a "redirect"
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Re: [vox-tech] Tracking down a "redirect"

On Wednesday 14 June 2006 16:30, Richard Crawford wrote:
> We're having a strange domain resolution issue, and it's stumped me. 
> Here's the setup.
> Domain http://unexdlc.ucdavis.edu should be resolving to IP address
>  However, it is instead resolving to
> http://extensiondlc.net, which is an entirely different IP address. 
> Similarly, typing into a browser brings up
> extensiondlc.net, which should not be happening.
> When the physical computer which hosts .9 is disconnected from the
> network, the redirect does not happen.
> There is nothing in the Apache configuration file on .9 which should
> account for this behavior.  When I execute a traceroute, I'm
> redirected immediately on the first hop to extensiondlc.

In that case, I'd call your ISP, or check your router.

> We're trying to find out where this might be happening.  Can anyone
> offer some suggestions?

Works just fine for me, here in Chicago.


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