Hmmm. Since you got the correct IP address back from the DNS server, that should prove that you are able to get out on the Internet. I'm assuming that the PC you're using to get to this site is the same one that won't go to rmgto.com?bradz24 said:ok I tried the above. nlslookup for rmgto and got what was shown above
jfischer said:That is very odd.
You don't have a proxy server configuration perhaps leftover from your previous provider? Try Tools, Internet Options, Connections, Lan Settings, and see if there is a checkmark next to "Proxy Server" at the lower part of the Lan Settings dialog.
jfischer said:If that's not it, try looking at your IP configuration. To do this, go to Control Panel, Network Connections, and right-click on Local Area Connection.
DON'T CHANGE ANY SETTINGS FROM HERE ON OUT, JUST CHECK THEM FOR NOW.
Choose Properties from the right-click menu. Scroll down to Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) and click the Properties button. Since you're apparently behind a router, I'd guess that "Obtain an IP address automatically" is ticked, and "Obtain DNS server address automatically" is also ticked. If they are NOT ticked, what values are filled in?
Click Advanced, then the DNS tab.
Is there an IP address in the "DNS server addresses, in order of use" box? If so, what is it?
Is there anything in the "Append these DNS suffixes (in order) box? If so, what is it?
Is there anything under "DNS suffix for this connection? Again, if so what is it?
Again, don't change anything while you're in here, I just want to see how your IP is configured.
The Apache server performs a redirect from the URL it receives from the client browser. That way they can use the same public IP for many URLs.jfischer said:If I put http://188.8.131.52 into my web browser, I get a certificate error and it tries to go to the administrative web site.. I would expect to get the RMGTO site by doing that. However, if I go to http://www.rmgto.com I don't get a certificate error and I get the RMGTO web site.
Yeah, I should have thought of that. Forgot about servers hosting multiple sitesGTO_Scott said:The Apache server performs a redirect from the URL it receives from the client browser. That way they can use the same public IP for many URLs.