Then, clear all the DNS caches. If I now query, the Windows DNS server will query the delegated zone's DNS server (because of the delegation), and get the CNAME result, but that upstream server doesn't recursively resolve the A record.

DNS Not Resolving I purchased a domain yesterday, via GoDaddy in tandem with Wordpress Deluxe Management and I keep getting the message, "DNS not resolving," even though I went to the A file and made sure it was number-for-number correct as per the site's instructions. DNS Not resolving names - Feb 28, 2012 Hostname is not resolving on server - Red Hat Customer Portal It is not resolving its local hostname from server i.e (portalepd) , but other hostname and domain name is working fine. Because of that hostname -f is not working on server. Please require your advice ===== [root@portalepd Packages]# cat /etc/hosts localhost localhost.localdomain localhost4 localhost4.localdomain4 ::1 localhost localhost.localdomain localhost6 localhost6

DNS not resolving I purchased Wordpress managed hosting along with domain but the site not ressolving not opening. Even after spending a good amount, I am not able to use it. Why the online /email support from godaddy is not prompt/inaccessible? The DN A record is correct as per detail given by GoDaddy.

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May 26, 2015 DNS name resolution when using SonicWall Mobile Connect When using Split Tunnels, only DNS requests that match the VPN DNS suffix search domains will use the VPN DNS servers. Requests to domains that do not match the VPN DNS suffixes go to the local (3G/WiFi connection) DNS servers. EXAMPLE: DNS suffix is set to Requests to will use the remote VPN DNS server. networking - DNS resolution failure - Raspberry Pi Stack ip addr show ip route show cat /etc/resolv.conf I think your dhcp server has either not send the correct dns servers or routers to external networks. Did you try pinging a external server? ping -c 4 (This is a DNS Server from google). – teissler Jan 3 '13 at 7:13 Troubleshooting DNS Problems: Start Here To Fix Common