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DNS Switch over
roncli


Member since:
Jun 17, 2007
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Posted on Jun 27 2008
The DNS recently switched over. The new IP address is 69.8.125.212. If you see this page, your DNS server has picked up the new IP.

If you don't see this page... well, I can't help you! But someone you know may be kind enough to give you the new IP, and let you know that by placing the following line in your HOSTS file (c:\windows\system32\drivers\etc\hosts on Windows), you should be back in business!

69.8.125.212 www.traxinspace.com
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slammy


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Jun 17, 2007
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Posted on Jun 27 2008
would simply clearing the DNS on ones PC work? by performing a network repair?
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Tricky


Member since:
Jun 22, 2007
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Netherlands
Posts: 2106
Posted on Jun 27 2008
The solution for MacUsers (or at least for me that worked)

open the terminal


type: lookupd -flushcache

close the terminal

Shut down the computer, and leave it off for say 30 seconds.

Turn the computer back on... And it works again...
At least for me it did.

(Thanks Slammy and Ron for thinking with me).
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Mrsix


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Posted on Jun 28 2008
...DN Who?????

Eitherway, page works for me
Tricky


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Posted on Jun 28 2008
Now I tell ya what...

Yesterday none of the browsers I have wanted to load TiS until I used the method as I described above. And everything worked.

Now FireFox doesn't load TiS anymore (same problem as before so it seems) and Safari does...

Is there somebody who can explain this?

(And I really want this back to FF, since Safari's download engine sucks).
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bvanoudtshoorn


Member since:
Aug 31, 2007
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Australia
Posts: 737
Posted on Jun 30 2008
Hmm, I missed this entirely. Probably something to do with not having been on the 'net for a couple of days.

Can I ask why the switch-over? I've also noticed much faster download speeds, so I can only assume that TiS has been switched to another provider, and I assume also that this has something to do with it having been up for a year now. Care to share any more info?
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roncli


Member since:
Jun 17, 2007
Country:
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Posts: 2294
Posted on Jun 30 2008
The move was initiated by the hosting provider. I know nothing other than the fact that the IP address changed.
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