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Without considering the PR factor in this equation I would target domain 1. It's the oldest domain and it's got a DMOZ listing. (hopefully a good one) I'd 301 domain #2 to domain #1 to capture all of the link credit, make sure everything else is in order with the domain and go after the older domain.
It's hard to opine on this one because there's not enough info here. You should conduct a comprehensive review of BOTH URLs and make an informed decision with all factors taken into consideration. (A domain that old with a PR of 0 makes alarm bells go off. It might have a bad history. I'd dig as deep as possible.)
Its very hard to not understand exactly what you have been doing within the last year.
I would get rid of any re-directs I use none....
I know how to do them I just don't like to use them. It's kind of like an experiment I am running.
I'd get rid of that redirect FAST before an ODP editor catches it and removes the listing, those listings are gold.
It's hard to tell about PR, with it only updating visibly on the toolbar every 3-4 months, but that domain redirecting to another means whatever PR it would have is totally wasted. 383 links with only a PR3 isn't impressive at all, a few good links (like DMOZ, for one) are more substantial than a lot with little value.
I'd 301 domain #2 to domain #1 to capture all of the link credit, make sure everything else is in order with the domain and go after the older domain.
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It's a 206 Response code...
I agree that you should 301 domain #2 to domain #1. Trust you've already done this.
206: Partial Content
The server has fulfilled the partial GET request for the resource. The request MUST have included a Range header field indicating the desired range, and MAY have included an If-Range header field to make the request conditional.