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DNS problem

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I have problems with connecting to our .Com domain from the inside of out
Lan, but can get on the .Dk domain.

I have resently changed to another ISP, and my programmers have changed
somthing in the DNS, but i canĀ“t fix it ??

Is there a tool to check the DNS for errors and can fix it ?

TX in advance
Apr 24 '07 #1
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Is this a .Net Programming question? Are you trying to do this
programmatically? If not, please post your question to a group with
"Windows" in the description. This is a .Net Programming general discussion
newsgroup.

Robin S.
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Question

I have problems with connecting to our .Com domain from the inside of out
Lan, but can get on the .Dk domain.

I have resently changed to another ISP, and my programmers have changed
somthing in the DNS, but i can“t fix it ??

Is there a tool to check the DNS for errors and can fix it ?

TX in advance


Apr 25 '07 #2

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"RobinS" wrote:
Is this a .Net Programming question? Are you trying to do this
programmatically? If not, please post your question to a group with
"Windows" in the description. This is a .Net Programming general discussion
newsgroup.

Robin S.
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"Basse DK" <Ba*****@discussions.microsoft.comwrote in message
news:9D**********************************@microsof t.com...
Question

I have problems with connecting to our .Com domain from the inside of out
Lan, but can get on the .Dk domain.

I have resently changed to another ISP, and my programmers have changed
somthing in the DNS, but i canĀ“t fix it ??

Is there a tool to check the DNS for errors and can fix it ?

TX in advance


Sorry my fault
Apr 25 '07 #3

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