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Re: has anyone notice this ?
From: Scott Francis <darkuncle () darkuncle net>
Date: Mon, 30 Jun 2003 11:20:31 -0700
On Sat, Jun 28, 2003 at 05:24:46PM -0700, vickyr () socal rr com said:
It would be easier to troubleshoot if you used a browser that returned
a meaningful error message. "The page could not be found" could be just
about anything. DNS, routing, broken link, etc.
vickyr> i even tried the same thing under linux--->mozilla and i get site
name not found which i believe is less meaningful than ie :)
this strongly suggests a DNS problem to my mind, at least. Have you verified
that DNS is working properly? The one thing that I find myself saying nearly
constantly to folks at work is, "A browser is not much of a diagnostic tool."
Use something that generates a meaningful error message. (use dig(1), `telnet
host 80`, traceroute, etc.) If you have already used these tools, my
apologies; your first post was a little short on details.
Scott Francis || darkuncle (at) darkuncle (dot) net
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