RFF seems to be up now 2:37 EST

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  1. froyd

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    The site seems to be working right now.
     
  2. BrianShaw

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    Hmmm. Not on my computer, it isn't.
     
  3. froyd

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    Not sure why... but I'm on with several other people and posting.
     
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    Just checked, not working for me.
     
  5. Tony-S

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    No worky for me, neither.
     
  6. froyd

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    Truly bizzarre!

    I cannot open another tab to rangefinderforum.com without getting the "Server down" message. But the on the tab I opened at 2:37 I can navigate, search, and post. There are three new messages in the past 30 minutes from a couple of users.

    Try loging in here: http://64.38.3.147
     
  7. rco3

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    I get a Godaddy.com parking page when I go to RFF by name. When I use the dotted quad froyd posted, I get to the page and can see some articles, but trying to enter the (e.g.) Retina forum sent me back to the Godaddy parking page. The fact that some people see the page correctly and others don't, along with the fact that the direct IP address works, suggests to me that the DNS entries are being updated and it hasn't propagated to all the DNS servers yet. That, in turn, suggests that somebody has changed hosting providers or at least domain name registrars. But I'm not a 'Net expert, don't take that as gospel.
     
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    Maybe Steve got it up, but now it's back down???
     
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    I'm looking at it now.
    Wow! You guys should see the gear these guys are posting about. Damn!
     
  10. oldglass

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    The server is up (use the above URL posted by froyd).
    But the domain name "rangefinderforum.com" is not associated to the server yet.

    Don't bookmark the IP address, my guess is it won't be long until the site is accessible by name again.
     
  11. BrianShaw

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    Maybe he got it up for a short time, but it looks to me like Steve couldn't keep it up. I'm still getting either 404 or godaddy page.
     
  12. froyd

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    Brian,

    Are you using this address: http://64.38.3.147? I just tested it again and it got me in.
     
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    Oh... I tried that and can get in. I see new postings but haven't logged in yet. Sorry.
     
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    Sorry about the null post above.

    Try this URL for the active threads.
     
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    Geez, poor guy.
     
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    I can't get to it, either...just tried.

    Now how will I find out what type of bicycle a discriminating rangefinder user prefers to ride?
     
  17. JSU

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    So?
     
  18. JSU

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    Maybe Danica could help with this.... Just sayin'.
     
  19. Keith Novak

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    It's all over the place ... working then not working.

    Currently I'm getting the 'white page of death' again! :blink:
     
  20. gb hill

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    I tried getting in. It's a nogo for me. Hope it's up by the weekend.
     
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    The domain name is mapped to the IP address now so your bookmark should work.
     
  22. Al Patterson

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    Still dead for me. Hope it is up soon. However, I do need to continue to explore APUG, as I've been away for quite a while.
     
  23. troym

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    Make sure to clear your cache.
     
  24. Sean

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    seems back up so will close this thread for now.
     
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