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Domain Keeps going to Parked Page
Brewmeister




msg:3268788
 9:16 am on Mar 2, 2007 (gmt 0)

Hello,
I'm designing a website. The domain was registered with <snip> and I went ahead and transfered the domain *2 weeks ago* to my server. Unfortunately, from time to time, the domain will re-direct to a parked page.

What's weird about this problem is I won't be able to get to it, but people on other networks will. This problem has also occurred with the people I am working with- they can't get to it, but I can.

I checked with <snip> and they claim to not have any info on their nameservers. A WHOIS shows that the only name servers on the domain are mine.

Is this something I can fix? Or do I have to wait for the information to fully propogate (which it should have already).

[edited by: Brewmeister at 9:16 am (utc) on Mar. 2, 2007]

[edited by: engine at 9:37 am (utc) on Mar. 2, 2007]
[edit reason] Specifics, see TOS [/edit]

 

Webwork




msg:3268945
 1:10 pm on Mar 2, 2007 (gmt 0)

Could be the result of the caching of the original lander page by the local ISP's servers. If so it should pass with time.

Skinny




msg:3273049
 7:59 pm on Mar 6, 2007 (gmt 0)

Yup I would agree with WebWork. Check the previously cached copies of that page and see if they pt to the parked page.

Alternatively, check your DNS settings, but I really doubt that's the problem.

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