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Its quiet
#1
I'm all alone, whole forum to myself, I feel so powerful but at the same time so afraid, maybe buying something on ebay will help.

Perhaps its because I am from East Sussex and am therefore clearly superior to Kent people and have working DNS hah  Tongue 8)
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#2
I'm sure you'll get a good 'n' proper flaming when out Kentish DNS (finally) catches up Tongue
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#3
wierd works on ps3 but not on pc? all going through  same  connection
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#4
I'm in! Connected via edge on my iPhone sitting in my van in the middle of nowhere! If it works here then it'll work anywhere!
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#5
Don't forget the internet is made from aliens-belly-button-fluff stretched out to unfathomably long threads :o  So anything is possible...
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#6
Are you all getting in with or with the www on the front?

Oh, and I hereby promise[sup]*[/sup] never to tinker break it again!

[sup]*[/sup] promise=probably
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#7
with, doing it without leads to


Not Found

The requested URL / was not found on this server.
Apache/2 Server at sketchymtb.co.uk Port 80

Deadpool open a command prompt and do

ipconfig /flushdns

That will force your pc to dump its current locally cashed dns records and request them again, the fact your ps3 works suggests your router has got them. Rebooting would probably achieve the same result
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#8
Im in now on Pc (did ipconfig/flushdns) as per brezzer.
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#9
Do you have direct access to the apache httpd.conf config file or is it all web based? If you do then try as below, changing accordingly

<VirtualHost *>
  DocumentRoot /home/www/web
  ServerName <!-- w --><a class="postlink" href="http://www.example.com">www.example.com</a><!-- w -->
  ServerAlias example.com
</VirtualHost>

You will then need to stop and restart the apache service
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#10
&quot;Breezer&quot; Wrote:Do you have direct access to the apache httpd.conf config file or is it all web based? If you do then try as below, changing accordingly

<VirtualHost *>
  DocumentRoot /home/www/web
  ServerName <!-- w --><a class="postlink" href="http://www.example.com">www.example.com</a><!-- w -->
  ServerAlias example.com
</VirtualHost>

You will then need to stop and restart the apache service
Web-based hosting I'm afraid.  I've asked them to check it out.  So should be good soon
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