Cannot access website after change

Posted on 2010-01-05
Last Modified: 2012-05-08
Strange problem here, Webdeveloper made changes to our website and now cannot access the up dated website from the internal domain. The public can access the new webpage but internally users still go to the old page. Cleared the cache still get the old page. There is no static route for the old page. I am at a loss here, everything was fine until the change, which leads me to believe there is something within the domain that is blocking this.
Question by:tlu2929
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    Problem solved, was a dns issue in the forward lookup zone www was pointing to the old server.

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