Must run ipconfig /flushdns in order to access subdomains of my main domain.. Why?
Posted on 2008-11-12
I run 5 computers on a home business network and access the internet using a DSL Router all networked together. We use MS live One care for our firewall/adware/virus protection. We have a leased server on the internet with several domains (30approx) all share the same ip. One particular domain will cause the "file cannot be found" error only when we access the subdomains of the main. We must run the ipconfig /fushdns under the command prompt in order for the sites to be accessable again .. This happens several times a day, only on one domain only on the subdomains. we have 3 of our machines running Vista and 2 running XP both OSs have the same problem. The error does not occur network wide, some can access and some cant. It doesnt seem to happen on other the domains on our server with subdomains but it might, we dont access the other subdomains as often as we do these