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Jun
25
asked Disabled password authentication with SSH, key had invalid permissions
Jun
23
accepted Can /etc/hosts.deny/allow be overridden?
Jun
23
awarded  Scholar
Jun
23
accepted chroot'ing Apache to prevent shell scripts?
Jun
23
accepted Apache redirecting requests to port 23
Jun
23
accepted Connection established to google DNS, can't resolve any hosts
Jun
23
answered Connection established to google DNS, can't resolve any hosts
Jun
23
comment Can /etc/hosts.deny/allow be overridden?
Sorry about that. If my question is answered within the 7 minute limit I often forget to go back and accept answers.
Jun
23
asked Can /etc/hosts.deny/allow be overridden?
Jun
12
awarded  Editor
Jun
12
revised Connection established to google DNS, can't resolve any hosts
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Jun
12
comment Connection established to google DNS, can't resolve any hosts
updated with packet capture pinging google.com. with dot at the end gives same results
Jun
12
asked Connection established to google DNS, can't resolve any hosts
Jun
11
comment ping: unknown host google.com
Yes, I can ping them. It's weird because I've been using google DNS ever since we switched to this server like 2 months ago with no problems. I emailed them and asked about a default DNS server. My host does have a hardware firewall but I can't imagine why it would start happening just now.
Jun
11
reviewed Approve suggested edit on ping: unknown host google.com
Jun
11
awarded  Commentator
Jun
11
comment ping: unknown host google.com
dig and nslookup always fail to connect to host no matter what arguments I use. this is the tcpdump command i used: tcpdump -n not port ssh and not port 4838 and not port 80 and not port 6667 I have stopped iptables, restarted and made sure port 53 was allowed etc. I can ping all IP addresses fine but no domains resolve.
Jun
11
comment ping: unknown host google.com
Here is the output of route -n server_ip 0.0.0.0 255.255.255.0 U 0 0 0 em1 169.254.0.0 0.0.0.0 255.255.0.0 U 1002 0 0 em1 0.0.0.0 server_ip 0.0.0.0 UG 0 0 0 em1
Jun
11
asked ping: unknown host google.com
Jun
9
comment Apache redirecting requests to port 23
Also there is nothing in apache error log to suggest that a script injection is at fault.. Only errors in there are 404s because of some favicons that i haven't updated.