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answered Using DNS entries to determine location
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comment Unable to access virtual IP after configuring NLB in windows 2008
thanks for the +...I've been told similar by both networking and MS techs. I've never actually bothered to dig into the guts of NLB to understand the actual workings of it, but it's my understanding that it essentially replicates (i.e., converts to broadcast) traffic between the nodes?
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answered Bind9 Ubuntu and Google DNS
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comment Point A record to domain
DNS is not (by default) capable of this. Alternately, you could CNAME to mypage.www.example.com, but not the HTTP path.
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comment DNS requests failing from computers that can ping DNS server
don't forget that the response needs to be allowed as well...if you can turn up debugging or use a packet capture to verify that the server is receiving the request, you'll at least have identified which part of the request/response is failing
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answered Very simple incomng mail server
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comment Postfix - am I sending spam?
I also routinely check the output of pfloggsum for higher then normal defer counts to catch when one of my boxes has been blacklisted.
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answered Redirect specific e-mail address sent to a user, to another user
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answered How do I protect my company from my IT guy?
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answered How are IP addresses actually assigned?
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comment Postfix to relay mails to other SMTP for particular domain
+1 for this answer. Additionally, you can specify via IP address by using smtp:[ip.add.re.ss]. The [] suppresses MX lookups and forces the system to try to send to whatever destination you've specified. postfix.org/transport.5.html
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answered How to configure postfix to pipe all incoming email to a script?
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comment Redirect loop in GoDaddy web hosting
This is unlikely to be a DNS issue, as DNS does not contain a mechanism to do redirects. My suggestion would be to fire up Fiddler (on Windows) or paros (on linux) and hit that page to help find out where the redirects are actually coming from.
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comment Why would I be getting IXFR and AXFR transfer denied on my DNS server?
Also verify that you're allowing TCP:53 to the server you're trying to transfer from.
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