OT -- weird DNS hiccup
sometimes "serensoft.com" resolves, sometimes it doesn't!
we're running our own DNS at serensoft.com, and usually folks
worldwide can ask for "serensoft.com" and reach our server at
22.214.171.124 in southern indiana.
lately, one of our partners has noticed that he can't get to
"serensoft.com" (host unknown) from his new england locale --
but get can SSH in to a st. louis client, which CAN resolve
as if the DNS is percolating from indiana to missouri, but NOT
to new hampshire. bizarre!
does anybody have any bright ideas on what to track down? any
help you might have to offer will be thoroughly appreciated.
I use Debian/GNU Linux version 3.0;
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