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  Reply # 1113913 23-Aug-2014 09:21
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Are you the admin for these domains by chance?







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  Reply # 1113914 23-Aug-2014 09:22
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Yep

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1113916 23-Aug-2014 09:24
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Right. If all domains having problems have something in common - you - then I suspect it's something in their configuration as they probably share the same traits.

I looked around DNS and found lack of glue records, and some errors. Perhaps that's the problem. I suggest you go back, do some homework and then come with some more questions - or hopefully a resolution.






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  Reply # 1113917 23-Aug-2014 09:26
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Also, I get the feeling that this may be an issue with server (VPS) config rather than something on the sites. I would be surprised if the erroneous code was on every single site.

EDIT: Posted at the same time. Yes I'll work on it more this weekend. 

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  Reply # 1113918 23-Aug-2014 09:27
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In which case Vodafone (or any ISP) would have a hard time helping you.

You have some work to do now...








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  Reply # 1129543 15-Sep-2014 23:47
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An update to this problem. It's definitely not the websites or my configuration; I'm getting the exact same problem trying to load any websites hosted at this provider. Random ones to test would be www.tyresmoke.net and www.bookconfirm.com, neither are mine. They're now aware of the issue and are trying to get Vodafone to assist, though apparently they're not being overly helpful. 

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