Re: DNS problem

Rudy Komsic ( (no email) )
Wed, 15 Apr 1998 12:21:26 -0400

Since you made a Domain name update... I think you had switch your zone or did
some updates to your DNS information. Try incrementing your DNS Serial number
in the SOA Record for both the domain name database and the IP address

-----Original Message-----
From: Danny Sinang <>
To: NTISP <>
Date: April 15, 1998 11:02 AM
Subject: DNS problem

>I'm having a weird DNS problem. I hope somebody could help me out.
>I am running a DNS server on my machine ELIJAH.UPLINK.COM.PH and it resolves
>queries for the domains HONORSOCIETY.COM and PHILHEART.ORG. Everything was
>working well until this morning.
>This morning, I found out that people outside my network ( on other ISP's
>here in the Philippines ) couldn't browse WWW.PHILHEART.ORG
>So I checked and found out their DNS servers can't resolve the said domain
>However, their system administrators can query my DNS server and get the IP
>address of WWW.PHILHEART.ORG .
>Could it be that something is wrong with InterNIC's database ?
>I asked 2 people in the US to surf WWW.HONORSOCIETY.COM and
>WWW.PHILHEART.ORG. The first guy said he couldn't surf them both. But the
>second guy could surf them.
>I've asked the network administrators of my ISP and even they are
>I hope someone could help me.
>Danny Sinang
>President - Uplink Technologies, Inc.
>( Provider of "Clean" Internet Access )
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