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accepted FreeBSD pkg query by automatic flag?
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accepted nslookup fails but ping succeeds for nonexistent domains
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comment nslookup fails but ping succeeds for nonexistent domains
+1 for the link. Useful in a different context. (But I can't vote it up. Sorry.)
Jun
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comment nslookup fails but ping succeeds for nonexistent domains
If my ISP were deliberately redirecting me, then nslookup should work the same as ping, shouldn't it? That they don't tells me it's my own configuration issue. How would my ISP would distinguish them?
Jun
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comment nslookup fails but ping succeeds for nonexistent domains
I'm pretty sure this isn't the case here, as this doesn't relate to browsing, always goes to the same (non-monetizing) page for both ISPs.
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revised nslookup fails but ping succeeds for nonexistent domains
Incorporated suggestions and recently-found information.
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