sub domain that is externally hosted does not work internally on wired connections

Hello,

   We have a few sub domains that are hosted externally through eloqua.

The two that are up and running now are both setup identically.

One works fine. The other however,  works externally and internally over wireless but it does not work on any internal wired connection


any thoughts??
itsup23Asked:
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unknown_routineCommented:
Does your wireless have same IP as your none wireless connection?


Try pinging the subdomains from a wired connection.

If you cannot ping they it could be many things. Firewall, antivirus, ...
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itsup23Author Commented:
yes wireless has the same ip as wired

I can ping the one that is working fine however ping request cannot find host for second subdomain that is not working properly

and ping works fine from wireless
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unknown_routineCommented:
Ok so this is a network issue. Are these sub domains located on different machines?
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itsup23Author Commented:
they are located on the same machine
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unknown_routineCommented:
Ok lets Summarize what we have:


So you have a wired connection which can connect to a sub domain  but can not connect (even ping) another sub domain and these subdomains are on the same Web Server.


In this case the  only scenario that I can think of is the web host through the  web server manager has blocked traffic comming from your wired connection to the 2nd sub domain.

This is quite possible as many hosts implement their securities based  on combination of ip "And " MacID.

Your wired connection has a different MacId than your wireless.

You need to contact your ISP held desk and they need to enable you to ping the 2nd sub domain.


Every time you get an unsuccessful ping  to the 2nd subdomain, it gets recorded  as incoming blocked  traffic on the webhost. So you web host should know this very well and be able to resolve the issue.
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itsup23Author Commented:
called the isp (Cogeco) and it works fine for them and is not blocked
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itsup23Author Commented:
it was an issue with internal dns..although it seemed correct I deleted and re-enetered then restarted the dns server and it populated internally on wired connections
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itsup23Author Commented:
issue was related to internal dns
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