I need help. Our network has become inaccessible by telnet and we are also having difficulty sending out email. The symptoms follow a pattern shown when on May 18 of this year when 'DNS was hosed' according to our system administrator.
Well, he is on vacation and folks are going to ask me to 'unhose DNS'. Can someone give me some advice on how to discern what is wrong and how to put the network back in order if it is indeed the Domain name service.
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