Linux Forums unreachable.
tomh0665 at gmail.com
Mon Feb 22 10:20:10 UTC 2010
>>> Is anyone else having trouble accessing the Linux Forms? Here is what I
>>> get -
>>> >Network Timeout
>>> >The server at www.linuxforums.org is taking too long to respond.
>>> >The requested site did not respond to a connection request and the
>>> browser has >stopped waiting for a reply.
>> A useful tool to check if the problem is at your end is
>> Seems like it's just at your end.
> I do not think it is a DNS problem, as I used the following Python code
> to retrieve the ip address of lunuxforums.org as 126.96.36.199, and
> attempted to connect to that ip address with my web browser [Firefox],
> and was unable to connect.
>> >>> Address = socket.getaddrinfo("www.linuxforums.org", None)
>> >>> Address
>> [(2, 1, 6, '', ('188.8.131.52', 0)), (2, 2, 17, '',
>> ('184.108.40.206', 0)), (2, 3, 0, '', ('220.127.116.11', 0))]
> I then verified the retireved ip address with the following query, which
> down quite a ways verifiies that ip address as being linuxforums.org.
> ray at RaysComputer:~$ whois 18.104.22.168
What is the output of
dig +short linuxforums.org
dig +short @22.214.171.124 linuxforums.org
traceroute -T linuxforums.org
- whois is of no use for connectivity (unless a site's registration
has lapsed of course)
- sometimes more than one site is hosted at an ip address so going to
that address in Firefox will most likely take you where you want to go
- I can only admire your obsession with scripting but there are
regular tools (with flexible options) for resolving addresses
(although I assume that the "none" above must mean that you can feed
your script a different DNS server to be queried)
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