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I just switched a website of mine to http://www.100webcustomers.com as a temporary host. But when I try to acess the site it says
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This host will be working within 10 minutes.
But its said this for about 2 and a half days now. Anyone know what to do?
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I can get into http://100webcustomers.com/members/login.php now with no problem.
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Me too. But I cant access my site (http://www.atlascosmos.com)
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apsblackbelt2 wrote:
But its said this for about 2 and a half days now. Anyone know what to do?


Have you tried replacing the default index.html page in your ftp space?

That aside, the dns reports dont really look correct:

http://www.dnsstuff.com/tools/lookup.ch ... com&type=A

http://www.dnsstuff.com/tools/lookup.ch ... com&type=A

http://www.dnsstuff.com/tools/lookup.ch ... com&type=A

Compare that with:

http://www.dnsstuff.com/tools/lookup.ch ... com&type=A

http://www.dnsstuff.com/tools/lookup.ch ... com&type=A
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Well the dns has a green check indicating everthing is okay, but also what do you mean replace the index?
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Quote:
No A records exist for dns1.atlascosmos.com.


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No A records exist for ns1.atlascosmos.com.


Those dont look right to me :)

re: index file - sometimes a host places a default index.html file in your account - which needs to be overwritten - considering the state of your dns records, I dont think this is the issue - but, you never know...

Hope this helps....
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Well I just have no clue what to do now. Over-writing the index did nothing and the dns shows fine to me, but apparently its not. It must be the hosts fault doing something wrong. I contacted the tech about a day ago and no response, it has put me in a bad mood now.
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I contacted the tech about a day ago and no response


Eitherway, regardless of where the blame lies - this isnt a good sign....
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In my mad state, I decided to transfer the domain name from the crappy ass service I was getting to another domain host ( http://www.mapname.com ) which was reccomended from alot of my friends who say they are great. Now only hours- all the way to 5 days until everything gets straighten out.
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Your hosting provider should have been able to help you by now.
By the way, try accessing your page DIRECTLY on the server (bypassing the domain altogether).
This will prove that your hosting side is working correctly.
Go to the following link to test your page.

http://<your_cpanel_IP>/~<your_cpanel_username>

Using the above link you will be able to browse the "public_html" folder in your hosting server.
Make sure that there is a index.html file in that folder.
You can access the "index.html" file using the following link...

http://<your_cpanel_IP>/~<your_cpanel_username>/index.html

Hope it works for you.
Good luck. :?
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Yeah I already tried that. And I am getting the same thing. I am just waiting for the domain tranfer to go through now.

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