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Re: DNS Problem



That's Safari problem.
I had the same problem after doing a Apple software
security update and re-start. Safari start to acting
up. Internet Explored worked fine.
It must be a bug in Safari. You should wait a little
and try Safari again. For me it started working after
10-15 minutes.

Eduardo


--- Chris Katz <email@hidden> wrote:

> I've been running DNS on our XServe for a couple
> years now.  Lately
> we've been having a problem.
>
> Users attempting to access a site get a "Safari
> can't open the page
> ..... because it can't find the server ......."
>
> However, clicking ok and submitting again always
> results in the page
> loading.
>
> Before the new GUI in 10.3 I had used QuickDNS - I'm
> not that familiar
> with BIND and don't know where to look.
>
> This problem wasn't happening until recently, but I
> can't pinpoint
> exactly when it started.
> We did update to 10.3.5 within the last month or so.
>
> If anyone has any idea I'd appreciate the help.
>
>
> Chris Katz
> Union City Schools
>
>
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