Re: Wierd httpd Problem

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Mike Dwiggins wrote:

> 
> Saw that I forgot to include the file and sent it out again 
> http://blog.akismet.com/akismet-hosting-faq/ 
> 
> Last change to the DNS was Thursday and if I have any "blackhole ACL's"  
> on the TLD's I do not know of them nor how to check for them.
> 
> Mike
> 

The ACL's would be in /etc/named.conf

You might also be blocking their IP's in iptables.

You can check with

iptables -nL|grep -E "72.233.69.3|72.233.69.2|66.135.58.62|66.135.58.61"

This assumes of course that you aren't blocking something like 
2.233.69.0/24 so you might want to also check that you dont have 
something like 72.233.69 in the iptables output. Is this a stock install 
or are you running anything like say APF or CSF as a firewall script ?

Are you able to reach the IP's they provided?
Do you have any other sites on the server which they are able to reach 
fine?

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