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Re: http



I think it might be a proxy stuff... I'm trying to find where I define a
proxy in fedora

norton
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On Wed, 12 May 2004, Johan Kielbaey wrote:

> Hi Norton,
>
> Then you're not having a dns problem i guess. Perhaps the webserver
> you're trying to reach is down or so.
>
> Since i have no idea how the network of your university works, i think
> it's best you consult the IT crew from your university. They should be
> able to tell you more what's going wrong.
>
> Greetz,
>
> Johan
>
> =[ ORIGINAL MESSAGE ]======================================
> Sender  : Norton Trevisan Roman (Norton Roman itri brighton ac uk)
> Date    : 12/05/2004 - 17:49
> Subject : http
> ===========================================================
>
>
> NTR> no, I'm afraid I'm a little bit useless in unix... I have a client... and
> NTR> I can connect, using the DNS server from my provider (the university),
> NTR> with nslookup and ping... but not with http
>
> NTR> with ping and nslookup, both ip addresses and domain names work
>
> NTR> norton
> NTR> ---
> NTR> QVIDQVID LATINE DICTVM SIT ALTVM VIDETVR.
>
> NTR> On Wed, 12 May 2004, Johan Kielbaey wrote:
>
> >> Hi,
> >>
> >> So you have your own dhcp and dns server. You're able to ping any host
> >> within your own network with it's dns name, but you can't connect to
> >> any host outside of it.
> >>
> >> Have you tried pinging with an IP adres? eg www.google.com =
> >> 66.102.9.99
> >>
> >> A problem might be that you didn't configure the records for the root
> >> servers correctly.
> >>
> >> your named.conf file should contain something like
> >>
> >> zone "." {
> >>      type hint
> >>      file "root.dns"
> >> };
> >>
> >> and then you need to create a file containing records for each of the
> >> root nameservers. you do this with the command dig :
> >>
> >> dig > root.dns
> >>
> >>
> >> At home i don't go directly to the root nameservers. All the dns
> >> reqeusts for hosts not in my network are forwarded to my ISPs
> >> nameserver. It requires these lines in named.conf.
> >>
> >> options {
> >>         ...
> >>         forward only;
> >>         forwarders {
> >>          ... (ip adresses of nameservers ISP)
> >>         };
> >> };
> >>
> >> zone "." {
> >>         type hint;
> >>         file "cache.db";
> >> };
> >>
> >> Greetz
> >>
> >> Johan
> >>
> >> =[ ORIGINAL MESSAGE ]======================================
> >> Sender  : For users of Fedora Core releases (fedora-list redhat com)
> >> Date    : 12/05/2004 - 17:24
> >> Subject : http
> >> ===========================================================
> >>
> >>
> >> NTR> I've set up dns through dhcp in my computer (client)... everything works
> >> NTR> with dns, except for the http conextions...
> >>
> >> NTR> wget get stucked in the "connecting to" part... if I try to get a local
> >> NTR> page, even using dns, and not any local address, it's fine... but pages
> >> NTR> outside my domain are unreachable...
> >>
> >> NTR> any ideas?
> >>
> >> NTR> norton
> >> NTR> ---
> >> NTR> QVIDQVID LATINE DICTVM SIT ALTVM VIDETVR.
> >>
> >>
> >>
> >>
> >> ===========================================================
> >>
>
>
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