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DaneJasper
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[DNS] Can Comcast customers get to navy.mil?

I see that »navy.mil has an error in their DNSSEC record, so I'm guessing this means Comcast members cannot reach the site. If you are on Comcast, can you?


gar187er
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more then just comcast.

»www.downforeveryoneorjustme.com/ ··· navy.mil
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ExoticFish

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reply to DaneJasper
Loaded instantly for me.


plencnerb
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Unless something has magically been fixed, I'm able to get to the site without problems.

All I did was click on the link in the OP's post, and that is what came up.

And yes, I am on Comcast.

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ExoticFish

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Actually, it loaded for me from the OPs link initially but my second attempt to get there fails.
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graysonf
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reply to DaneJasper
There are no A records for navy.mil

There are A records for www.navy.mil


Caddyroger
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reply to DaneJasper
It not working for me. I wonder I it a east coast or west coast thing.
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Ripper
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reply to DaneJasper
If you go to the Air Force site »www.af.mil/ and click on Navy link at bottom right, you can get it.


graysonf
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That's because the link points to www.navy.mil, but the OP's link points to navy.mil which has no A records and therefore can not be reached.


dunno

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reply to graysonf
said by graysonf:

There are no A records for navy.mil

There are A records for www.navy.mil

What he said. It's www.navy.mil not navy.mil.

mario02423

join:2004-06-09
Berwyn, IL
You'd think that navy.mil should redirect to www.navy.mil, but yeah... I can get to one (www.) and not the other (no www).


YukonHawk

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reply to DaneJasper
said by DaneJasper:

I see that »navy.mil has an error in their DNSSEC record, so I'm guessing this means Comcast members cannot reach the site. If you are on Comcast, can you?

I got through fine »www.navy.mil/ and I am on CC.


graysonf
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reply to plencnerb
Nothing was magically fixed. Your browser prepended www. to the OP's URL which is navy.mil NOT www.navy.mil


jlivingood
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reply to DaneJasper
Some DNSSEC issues there as well...

»dnsviz.net/d/navy.mil/US1ROg/dns ··· /dnssec/

Was worse a few hours ago

»dnsviz.net/d/navy.mil/US0tpA/dns ··· /dnssec/
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graysonf
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LOL. How about the fact there is no A record for navy.mil?


plencnerb
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reply to graysonf
LOL yeah! I see that now!

Did not even notice that when I posted the picture.


NetFixer
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reply to DaneJasper





Try using http://www.navy.mil instead; that site has A records (on akamai.net), and it works.




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Dumaine

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reply to DaneJasper
On Firefox I can get there with just navy.mil.........On Chrome I have to add the www.....


graysonf
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said by Dumaine:

On Firefox I can get there with just navy.mil.........On Chrome I have to add the www.....

Look at your address bar when you get there with just navy.mil. You will see that Firefox added www. to the front of navy.mil because navy.mil alone failed to resolve.


Krisnatharok
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reply to DaneJasper
Was it ever a valid link?

The following also do not work:

army.mil
af.mil
marines.mil

But putting the "www." in front of both and you can get to both just fine.

The only one that does work is "uscg.mil" which redirects to "www.uscg.mil," but USCG is not part of DOD anymore, it's DHS, so perhaps superior IT support helps?

(CC in VA on Chrome)
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graysonf
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said by Krisnatharok:

Was it ever a valid link?

No. There are no A records for it in DNS.

Dumaine

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Detroit, MI
reply to graysonf
correct