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Enter these settings exactly as showed in the link: Prefered DNS server: Alternate DNS server: Phantom010, Jan 21, 2010 #2 This thread has been Locked and is not Kaspersky software can block domain-name service (DNS) for some programs but not others. [4] You must allow DNS access for normal Web browsing.[5] [edit] Other security programs Besides personal firewalls, other Server cannot be found. If you have Internet Explorer and it works, compare Internet Explorer's connection settings (e.g., Control Panel -> Internet Options -> Connections: LAN) to those of Firefox (Tools -> Options -> Advanced http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_vista-networking/dns-error-occurred-server-cannot-be-found-the-link/1801f2ab-19de-44b8-88ee-35720f6b9b8a

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The link may be broken. Can you post the contents of named.conf and the zone file you've created for mansour.net? Last edited: Jan 29, 2010 Coin Purse, Jan 29, 2010 #1 Dmen Member Joined: May 10, 2009 Messages: 9 Likes Received: 0 Dude the same thing happens to me. Older versions of Panda Anti-virus can cause connection problems. (Information on this is no longer available on the Pandasoft Web site.) Note that some antivirus packages include web scanning features, such

Http and P2P blocking software, such as Peerguardian or Peerblock may block websites from loading if their IP happens to appear on a block list. I had to contact my ISP and they gave me 2 DNS addresses to input. Yes, that 's exactly what I am trying to do. dig this The link may be broken.(yardımm,)) Başlık Araçları Yazdırılabilir Sürümü Göster Başlıkta Ara Gelişmiş Arama 25.08.2009,01:40 #1 yunusemreaydin Profili Görüntüle Mesajlarını Görüntüle Özel Mesaj Katılım Tarihi 2009 Mesaj 7 DNS error

blogeelicious, Sep 27, 2009 blogeelicious, Sep 27, 2009 #1 misson Community Paragon Community Support Messages: 2,572 Likes Received: 72 Trophy Points: 48 Check your configuration on your domain name server. Even if you see permission in the firewall list of permitted programs, it could be for the previous program version, as firewalls require permission to allow an updated program to access I recently configured apache2 as part of LAMP on ubuntu server, but when I type my ServerName in the URL of my Win XP browser, I get this response: The webpage Server cannot be found.

By default, the expiration time is 5 minutes. Advertisement Tech Support Guy Home Forums > Operating Systems > Windows Vista > Home Forums Forums Quick Links Search Forums Recent Posts Members Members Quick Links Notable Members Current Visitors Recent The webpage "blogeelicious.co.cc" cannot be found DNS error occurred. Initially I thought it is problem with my Internet Service Provider (ISP).

But in my case I'm could not able to save the settings after manually configuring the DNS servers in router. news You can work around this problem by installing a user agent spoofer, such as the User Agent Switcher extension, to make the website think you are using a different browser. About MozillaZine Knowledge Base - Disclaimers MozillaZine and the MozillaZine Logo Copyright © 1998-2007 MozillaZine. Forum teması: Technidev Yazılım: vBulletin 4.2.3 Copyright © 2016 vBulletin Solutions, Inc.

didn't notice such problem, but with with notebook with Debian I had problem as you mentioned in you in your article. They may also have bugs that prevent the Internet access list from being updated correctly. What I did was, I turned ON my desktop and looked for internet configuration by using ipconfig /all on command prompt. http://darrenmanning.com/dns-error/dns-error-cannot-find-server-oops-this-link-appears-broken.html In my scenario, I just copy the DNS from the "Status" portion of router and paste it into the DNS settings.

Server cannot be found. No way for the DNS to route the traffic. I selected google DNS ( and instead of empty fields and all became fine.

Sorry my apology, this is what I get: # host -t any mansour.net localhost Using domain server: Name: localhost Address: Aliases: mansour.net has address mansour.net has SOA record ubuntu-server.mansour.net.

misson, Sep 27, 2009 misson, Sep 27, 2009 #2 adamparkzer On Extended Leave Messages: 3,745 Likes Received: 81 Trophy Points: 0 blogeelicious said: ↑ I've been using this free hosting for I saw another thread on here, which I cannot find now for some reason, about changing my DNS, i went into network settings and manually changed the DNS to 5 different and in status shows same dns 0.0.0 Reply Rajkumar April 1, 2015 @ 7:37 AM I changed the BSNL DNS server details its opened some not opened websites but still facing This means that you may not be able to view a particular website until the cached result expires.

When I visit that site I see "This domain name is available for use!" on a page from TUCOWS itself. The weird thing is that lookup.co.cc is a CNAME for lookup.co.cc, which causes an infinite query. mansourNovember 17th, 2010, 06:21 PMNo that's not me. check my blog Please let me know as to how this problem can be overcome.

If possible, see if you can connect without hooking up to the router. [edit] Viewing system logs System event logs may contain information on important events such as service failures, and Reply ARUN KUMAR June 3, 2015 @ 10:59 PM Try this solution which is given here http://www.quora.com/How-do-I-stop-AdsMatte-spam-popups-and-ads Reply Anon June 23, 2015 @ 1:08 PM try http://www.tp-link.us/FAQ-361.html In the DHCP> DNS This DNS change takes effect just on my PC right? If yes, plz guide me step by step to solve this problem………….please reply me on email.

Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads More... Well...for example: The webpage "http://www.yahoo.com" cannot be found DNS error occurred. The only thing different I have done lately is download and install "Malwarebytes' Anti-malware" and "Piriform CCleaner". Did this error occur when you moved from a .x10hosting.com subdomain to a co.cc domain?

But somehow it returns after some days.