DNS Problem Allowing spiders access to website

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Hi everyone,

I am currently using Wampserver5 to host my site and I am using godaddy for my DNS. I have attempted to register with google ads and other websites, however, for some reason their spiders are not allowed access to my server. I have changed the http.conf file and I have opened port 80.

I believe something is wrong in my DNS. In godaddy i used the ip address that command line "ipconfig" gave me and it runs on the internet fine. However, when I looked at whatsmyip.com there was a different ip address and it doesnt not work.

I am not sure how to find the server names that godaddy wants (if they do need to be changed). Everything works on my website except no access is granted to my server when I try to verify it with google.

can anyone help?
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It would be nice if you told us your site and if you site is being hosted on your home machine.
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Sorry. my site is http://www.artistsbeheard.com and yes i am hosting on my own machine
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The first problem is that when I pinged your domain, it resolved to an internal IP address. An internal IP address is a non routable address. That means only traffic from inside your LAN can reach it.

queyosepa# ping artistsbeheard.com
PING artistsbeheard.com (192.168.1.125): 56 data bytes
^C
--- artistsbeheard.com ping statistics ---
18 packets transmitted, 0 packets received, 100.0% packet loss
queyosepa#

Secondly, a whois on your site shows the following Domain Name Servers

Domain servers in listed order:
NS35.DOMAINCONTROL.COM
NS36.DOMAINCONTROL.COM

But I can't even ping them.

queyosepa# ping ns35.domaincontrol.com
PING ns35.domaincontrol.com (208.109.78.179): 56 data bytes
^C
--- ns35.domaincontrol.com ping statistics ---
8 packets transmitted, 0 packets received, 100.0% packet loss
queyosepa# ping domaincontrol.com
ping: cannot resolve domaincontrol.com: No address associated with name

So, yes, there is a DNS problem. I couldn't even find out who owns domaincontrol.com

Your ISP could be blocking port 80. If that's the case, you need to let someone else host your site or try port 8080, which is probably blocked as well.

You could also try dyndns.org

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