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Old 31st October 2011, 22:53
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Its a business account. Nothing is blocked. But its not that the server cannot be reached from outside. It cannot be reached from localhost.
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Old 31st October 2011, 23:06
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Um... I fixed it... somehow!?! Thanks for the help but the problem seems to have fixed itself. Rebooting the servers and the account then recreating it with the dns zone appears to have fixed it.
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Guys, would this help if he ran it from his network to help diagnose the problem ?

Dig thednsrecord@192.168.0.yourip

Wouldnt that force the query of the local server to see if it's behaving correct and rule in/out port forward problem?
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