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Posted on 2013-05-24
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Hi,

I am looking for suggestions when I connect to one network connection
and browse the web site:

http://www.firstcontactconventions.com.au/

see the good.png picture.

when I do nslookup for this i get:

199.101.28.130

However when I connect with the same machine to another internet connection
I get the picture bad.png

the same nslookup for this i get:

216.185.104.212

So anyway I am after suggestions how I can resolve this on the isp that is not
working.

Thanks,

Ward.
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Their actual IP points to 216.185.104.212

However - there are several bad records in their DNS  listing

All I can suggest is that you might want to change the DNS pointer on your PC or Router to one that is picking up the wrong IP Address

From a CMD prompt just do ping firstcontactconventions.com.au  you should get the correct 216.185.104.212  ip

If one location is giving you the wrong IP back then that ISP does not have an updated DNS server - try changing the DNS1 primary to 4.2.2.2  (Google DNS Server)
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