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Diego8

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Hello.
I'm having an issue with my website. I have been notified that some people are unable to access it because an error saying that the server cannot be found appears. This error was reported by two users from different ISPs in Texas,USA (same state where the server is). This got me quite nervous because lots of people may not be able to access it.
Anyways, i would really appreciate if you could try accessing it and posting the results (whether you could access or not). In case you couldn't, the results of a traceroute to the website would be very handy for me.

Website: www.aeromont.com.uy

How to traceroute in case of error:
tracert aeromont.com.uy

Thank you very much.

Edited by Diego8, 20 August 2008 - 10:22 PM.

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Troy

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Hi there,

I got a picture of a nice looking plane, so it works from my end!

I'm in Australia. :)

Hope this helps.

Troy
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http://www.tracert.com/
http://www.tracert.com/trace_exe.html

from there you can pick multiple locations from which to trace etc...
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clive6

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OK from the UK as long as I use the URL! Using the ip gets me "Restricted area, Contact your ISP"
HTH
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Diego8

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Yes, that's how it should work all over the world. Yesterday i realisied i made a mistake while identifying both user's (the ones that are having issues accessing) ISP. Turns out that both users have the same ISP (Southwestern Bell).

Edited by Diego8, 23 August 2008 - 04:03 PM.

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zorba the geek

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Hi there,

I got a picture of a nice looking plane, so it works from my end!

I'm in Australia. :)

Hope this helps.

Troy


Same here in Greece

Zorba
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