Website up, then down, then up, etc.
luke at foolishgames.com
Fri Oct 24 21:08:30 PDT 2003
How often do you reboot your router? My router flakes out every few
months and I need to reboot it.
On Oct 24, 2003, at 8:14 PM, Charles Howse wrote:
> For the past week or so I've been pulling my hair out trying to
> what's going on with my website.
> Prior to that, everything was working perfectly.
> I've made no changes that I was aware of.
> There is no pattern to this...sometimes I can connect to the web server
> over the Internet, sometimes not.
> I can always connect to the FTP server over the Internet, so DNS
> services appear to be working.
> I have just written my Dynamic DNS service, DYNdns.org, no reply yet.
> I called my ISP, they're not blocking inbound connections on port 80.
> "lynx localhost" always works on the web server.
> "host howse.homeunix.net" always resolves correctly.
> "apachectl restart" doesn't help.
> Rebooting the web server doesn't help.
> I can force an IP update successfully with ddclient.
> On my WinXP box, http://curly always works.
> Try it yourself: http://howse.homeunix.net
> Not working as of 19:05 this date, CDT (UTC -6:00).
> What in the world could be happening?
> The software setup:
> FreeBSD 4.8-RELEASE-p13
> The network setup:
> Dynamic DNS service: DYNdns.org
> ISP: Charter Communications
> Cable Modem: Motorola Surfboard
> 4-port Cable/DSL Router: SpeedStream SS2604 (port forwarding enabled)
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