Static ip

hello, i just recently got a static ip…why does my static ip resolve to

wepwnyou.com

shouldnt it resolve to my site name? “www.fuckurgang.net

As you “just” added the static IP, it might just be DNS propagation, which can take anywhere from a couple minutes to a couple days. You can use whatsmydns.net to follow your site’s propagation.

If you don’t see the site yet give it a bit of time, or try these in the meantime:


Site Temporarily Unavailable
We apologize for the inconvenience. Please contact the webmaster/ tech support immediately to have them rectify this.

error id: “bad_httpd_conf”

so until the dns updates…ppl have to go to my ip?

For what it’s worth, when I visit fuckurgang.net it does not resolve to wepwnyou.com, which is why I think it’s a matter of DNS propagation. I do get the bad_http_conf error when I visit your IP though.

no actually…what happend with that was…i never added my unique ip… it was going to the actual website…

but now that i had figured out how to add my unique ip it goes to that ^^

this is my domain

http://www.fuckurgang.net/

this is the ip its supposed to assign to : http://64.111.105.228 (which works now)

and this is the dns i have for the ip currently healinghandsstudio.net

  • Dns resolving 64.111.105.228

Record (fuckurgang.net zone) Type Value
A 64.111.105.228
NS ns1.dreamhost.com.
NS ns2.dreamhost.com.
NS ns3.dreamhost.com.

Ah yes, I see what you mean:

[quote]$ host 64.111.105.228
228.105.111.64.in-addr.arpa domain name pointer healinghandsstudio.net.[/quote]

Reverse DNS = Black magic.

Just kidding :slight_smile: It looks like the reverse DNS is off; this should correct itself in time. As of right now the domain is loading correctly and resolving to the appropriate unique IP address in your web panel (not static IP ;)).

it may or may not help, but can’t hurt either: go to manage domains in the panel, click the DNS link under the domain name and then click the GO button on the next page to force a DNS refresh.

That only updates forward DNS. Reverse DNS is a separate process.