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Ping Server Domain Name Resolves wrong IP?

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Hello,

I have a Windows 2000 Server and when I ping the Domain Name, the IP address comes back as some strange IP that is not related to my Domain, can anyone tell me why this is happening?  Where should I go with this?
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Check your DNS records within your DNS server to make sure you don't have any odd entries within it. You sort by IP address and look for the IP address.
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