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Why was msfn.org down yesterday (30th december 2009)?

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MagicAndre1981

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Hi,

yesterday I was not able to visit msfn.org. What was wrong?

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DNS issues, but msfn.org was not the only one affected. Different other sites have been down too, such as channel9.msdn.com, amazon.com, etc..

Please read the rules, folks!


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ok, thanks for the information :)
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So you are saying it is not a Y2010 problem ??? :thumbup

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arent ya'll first? you let us know if anything goes down....
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FWIW, I had a "chat" with RR about being intermittently disconnected and their "final solution" was to rewire my really-basic-network, i.e. hook the modem to NIC1, hook the router to NIC2, then turn on ICS. I had indicated that I had this problem for several days and that a ping to the gateway-IP seemed to clear it (even though sometimes packets were lost). Magically, yesterday the problem "went away" (no re-wire). Apparently, a lot more was going on than what they knew about. Kind of noticed a lot of "hits" in my router log during that time as well. Odd...

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