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I have a CPanel server with 5 IPs and a few domains.

During night, access to main domain through HTTP return 324 no response many times. After several refresh it comes but many assets won't load and return 324. Using HTTPS is fine. During day HTTP is also fine.

But another domain on that very sever works fine all the day through HTTP.

The server DNS are ns1 and ns2 of the first domain. Second domain is on the shared IP and first domain has a dedicated IP.

I cant resolve the problem :( and appreciate any help so much!

I found out that the problem is with IP address. Some ip address come in browser but others return 324 ????

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What kind (if any) of application are you running on that website? – bahamat Aug 13 '11 at 23:10
Have you reviewed your http logs to see if it provides any information to start from? – user48838 Aug 13 '11 at 23:10
I found out that the problem is with IP address. Some ip address come in browser but others return 324 ???? – Ali Aug 13 '11 at 23:30
Base on the time of occurrence, any chance backup are taking place across the server? – user48838 Aug 14 '11 at 23:16

This is something that you will need to take up with your hosting provider. There's nothing you can do as a user to really do anything about this.

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