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On Fri, Aug 13, 2010 at 7:42 PM, david wrote:
> Bengt G=F6rd=E9n wrote:
Yeah, that's why it's so strange, because *no other website* I try to visit
has these problems. I know that I'm at least connecting to my router and
then my modem. I know verizon does some wierd shit, like redirecting
missed dns lookups to their search page...
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On Fri, Aug 13, 2010 at 7:42 PM, david <email@example.com=
Bengt G=F6rd=E9n wrote:
torsdag 12 augusti 2010 22:39:39 skrev =A0Jeremy:
On Thu, Aug 12, 2010 at 2:43 PM, drew Roberts <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
On Thursday 12 August 2010 02:00:22 Remon Sijrier wrote:
Your website seems to be down for me.
Works for me, can anyone else confirm this problem?
Just checked. Up for me.
This is very strange. =A0I've tried several days in a row and the websi=
still inaccessible to me. =A0Every other website I've visited works fin=
This is across multiple computers.
$ wget http://travers=
--2010-08-12 20:37:48-- =A0http://traverso-daw.org/
Resolving traverso-daw.org... 126.96.36.199
Connecting to travers=
o-daw.org|188.8.131.52|:80... failed: No route to
"No route to host" means that your computer/router doesn't kn=
ow how to reach the destination. Normally a desktop uses "default gate=
way" and that points upstream. This could be set to wrong address.
Try this to see what the routing table looks like:
or this for older boxes
It should reveal your routing table.
If you're missing the default gw you can add it like this
=A0ip route add default via <ip-number to gateway>
=A0route add default gw <ip-number to gateway>
There are actually several ways to inject routes to not be able to reach a =
destination. This for example.
=A0ip route add prohibit <ip-number>
iptables might also be a source of problem.
Feel free to contact me offline if you think this is OT.
Or your ISP's upstream provider might be having a spat with the ISP tha=
t provides pipes to the Traverso site.
I think that generally if your routing is messed up, it would effect more t=
han just one particular site.Yeah, that's why=
it's so strange, because *no other website* I try to visit has these p=
roblems.=A0 I know that I'm at least connecting to my router and then m=
y modem.=A0=A0 I know verizon does some wierd shit, like redirecting missed=
dns lookups to their search page...
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