My website's domain is not resolving after ≈60 hours. The test link from the hosting service is working fine. The nameservers are correctly assigned over at my registrar. What gives? [more inside]
posted by Scientist
on Oct 17, 2011 -
Please help me figure out DNS settings so I can get my new domain, hosting account, Tumblr blog, and Google Apps to all play nicely. [more inside]
posted by joshrholloway
on Mar 15, 2010 -
Please help me move my domain and hosting from two companies to two new companies without losing email service (and learn about DNS in the process)... details inside... [more inside]
posted by Alabaster
on Apr 9, 2009 -
Registrar & DNS Quetions Galore.
How do I setup with a registrar my domains so they point to my hosted directories? [more inside]
posted by filmgeek
on Mar 30, 2007 -
DNS and Small Business Server and Caches, oh my: We switched web hosts at work (and waited a few days for things to propagate), but from the office network I still see the site on the old host. Can anyone help me understand DNS caching, Active Directory, and all the other bits and bobs that go along with the mysterious world of Windows networks? [more inside]
posted by bcwinters
on Feb 3, 2007 -
Is it possible to implement domain-part redirection on URLs, along these lines:
for any instance of "foo.bar.com/baz/*", that segment of the URL is replaced by "new.domain.com/*"
If so, are there multiple methods? [MI] [more inside]
posted by mwhybark
on Mar 22, 2006 -
Web hosting woes: My host has had massive email issues for the last few days. Would it make sense to move DNS to somebody like Zonedit
so that I can redirect email to other domains temporarily when situations like this arise? Any other suggestions?
posted by SteveInMaine
on Aug 6, 2004 -
How does reverse DNS work? [more inside, related to web hosting and anti-spam measures] [more inside]
posted by malphigian
on Apr 25, 2004 -
Domain names are fun! My company has over 60 domain names with two main registars - Valueweb and Network Solutions. I would like to have all domains under one roof. Who would you transfer domains too and why? I find dealing with these companies very confusing.
posted by Macboy
on Mar 16, 2004 -
I'm, finally, looking to register a (.com) domain of my own. What's a good, cheap, fair registrar? And any tips on registering without having hosting (and therefore dns) set up yet (maybe it's all self-explanatory)?
posted by Utilitaritron
on Dec 11, 2003 -