One of my coworkers was trying to access thescripts.com, and was unable to. But if he remotes to his home computer he can get in fine.
I did an nslookup, and it looks like this:
DNS request timed out.
timeout was 2 seconds.
*** Request to covwin4.clawnet.local timed-out
So I did a web based whois and came up with this for authoritative servers:
Domain servers in listed order:
An nslookup specifying either of those servers works:
Z:\>nslookup thescripts.com NS1.SOFTLAYER.COM
Z:\>nslookup thescripts.com NS2.SOFTLAYER.COM
Looking in our DNS server - which is a Windows Server 2003 system running the default DNS package, I find these entries under thescripts.com:
Name Server (NS) ns2.thescripts.com.
Name Server (NS) ns1.thescripts.com.
If I delete those, they are recreated when I next try to lookup the ip for thescripts.com. They come back the same. Of course, they should - those are the correct dns servers.
So why can't I get DNS for this site?