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Old 6th June 2008
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Default Problem with my domain name reacing my machine


Nevermind it seems to be working now for some odd reason.

Recently i bought a new router the Dir-655
i have the port open on which i always use port 7002

i am running a BSD apache Server on port 7002
which i always do as my isp complains if i use 80 bla!

i can access my web Site using my ip address xxx.xxx.xxx.xx.:7002
with no problem whatsoever reaching my site

But by doman address listed in profile that points to my ip address in my profile will not work.

i signed into my domain to update my ip address and
it Still it wont work.

Does my router by any chance block a domain from reaching my machine?

Or perhaps is the Domain right now not working or temporarily offline?

Thank You
The journey is better then the destination

Last edited by whispersGhost; 6th June 2008 at 03:34 AM. Reason: none
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