Weird problems with a domain...

Weird problems with a domain...

Post by Gustavo Castro Pui » Thu, 14 Jun 2001 04:49:09



Hi there,

        We have a domain called djgabo.com (www.djgabo.com 206.99.52.149,
mail.djgabo.com 206.99.52.94)
        Since two days ago, this domain cannot be viewed from any other
nameservers(!), and I don't understand why.  Our nameserver is
zeus.multired.com.uy (206.99.52.140), and the test nameservers that we're
using is alfa.adinet.com.uy (206.99.44.254) and ns.ipass.com
(208.218.54.34).  We are running BIND 9.1.2 in a S.u.S.E. linux 7.0.
        I really need some help!

Saludos,
        Gustavo Castro Puig.
        IFX Networks Uruguay.

        http://www.ifxnetworks.com.uy

 
 
 

Weird problems with a domain...

Post by Eric Gunnet » Thu, 14 Jun 2001 05:04:53


        Your domain has expired, which means that you are not authoritative for it anymore.

Hi there,

        We have a domain called djgabo.com (www.djgabo.com 206.99.52.149,
mail.djgabo.com 206.99.52.94)
        Since two days ago, this domain cannot be viewed from any other
nameservers(!), and I don't understand why.  Our nameserver is
zeus.multired.com.uy (206.99.52.140), and the test nameservers that we're
using is alfa.adinet.com.uy (206.99.44.254) and ns.ipass.com
(208.218.54.34).  We are running BIND 9.1.2 in a S.u.S.E. linux 7.0.
        I really need some help!

Saludos,
        Gustavo Castro Puig.
        IFX Networks Uruguay.

        http://www.ifxnetworks.com.uy

 
 
 

Weird problems with a domain...

Post by James A Griffi » Thu, 14 Jun 2001 05:21:09



> Hi there,

>         We have a domain called djgabo.com (www.djgabo.com 206.99.52.149,
> mail.djgabo.com 206.99.52.94)
>         Since two days ago, this domain cannot be viewed from any other
> nameservers(!), and I don't understand why.  Our nameserver is
> zeus.multired.com.uy (206.99.52.140), and the test nameservers that we're
> using is alfa.adinet.com.uy (206.99.44.254) and ns.ipass.com
> (208.218.54.34).  We are running BIND 9.1.2 in a S.u.S.E. linux 7.0.
>         I really need some help!

> Saludos,
>         Gustavo Castro Puig.
>         IFX Networks Uruguay.

>         http://www.ifxnetworks.com.uy

Someone did not pay the registration fee.

Found InterNIC referral to whois.networksolutions.com.

Registrant:
Gabriel Robella (DJGABO-DOM)
   Mercedes 1398
   Montevideo, MVD 11200
   UY

   Domain Name: DJGABO.COM

[snip]

   Billing Contact:

      MultiRed
      Mercedes 1398
      Montevideo, MVD 11200
      UY
      598 2 9082930 (FAX) 598 2 9000314

   Record last updated on 06-Jun-2001.
   Record expires on 12-Apr-2001.  <--------------------------------
   Record created on 12-Apr-2000.
   Database last updated on 12-Jun-2001 05:11:00 EDT.

   Domain servers in listed order:

   DNS1.MULTIRED.COM.UY         206.99.52.140
   DNS2.MULTIRED.COM.UY         206.99.52.190

 
 
 

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I work for a hosting company, and am having a weird problem I have not
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