Here's additional information and the cause of the original problem. I changed subnets on my domain about a month ago and also changed DNS servers. I submitted a change to InterNIC which looked fine afterwards. I has my domain removed from the old DNS servers so zoro.com could never be resolved there. The IP that I submitted to InterNIC for my primary DNS was 188.8.131.52 the secondary DNS IP which I submitted was 184.108.40.206 from where I an, the whois zoro.com looks great... whois lannywolfe.com has a secondary DNS IP of 220.127.116.11 which was the old IP of taz.zoro.com. Where is InterNIC getting this old IP from? The old DNSs don't have zoro.com. I sometimes see whois report the correct DNS IPs, other times the whois has both DNS IP's as my old IPs... Is InterNIC having problems?
I am primary DNS for my domain, zoro.com and a few other
virtual websites. This user on earthlink.net can't resolve
the virtual domain but he can resolve zoro.com. he can resolve the virtual domain from the microsoft campus most times. A guy at a .edu has no problem resolving it. A guy at a insurance company can't... What's going on? The virtual is lannywolfe.com.
Any ideas? Linux kernel 1.2.13 solid T-1 link
Kirk firstname.lastname@example.org 18.104.22.168