I suspect the same as you: their DNS. To prove it: use ping in a MS-DOS window.
Connect to an ISP where it works. Use ping with URL (like ping reviews.cnet.com) to get IP-address. Check with ping ip-address.
Then connect to an ISP where it doesn't work. I expect ping with correct ISP-address will work, and ping with URL will fail.
I assume something went wrong with updating their DNS. It might heal itself in time, depending on the protocol for synchonising DNS-servers.
Hope this helps.
PS. It's usual to answer in the forum, not by e-mail, so that others can see the answer (both for their education and for saving them the time to answer if they agree with an answer given).
Hello! I work with Century 21 in NC. We have a website through homes.com that is accessed using our own domain name of rutherfordcountyhomesandland.com. We have 3 other names that point to it. My problem is this:
I have 3 computers at my office -- 2 desktops (1 running WIN 98, other WIN XP) and 1 laptop (WIN XP) -- that connect via Bellsouth DSL. I have a wireless belkin router to share the DSL connection. I can connect to the net just fine. I cannot connect to MY website. (NOTE: Our domain name expired and then it was renewed. It worked fine before it went down . . .) If I use a different ISP (such as Walmart) on the same computer, I can pull it up just fine. Just not using Bellsouth. I get a "Can't find Server" error. I believe that it is a Bellsouth problem as opposed to a router problem.
I'm stumped because although I've worked with web developing for years, I've never come across this problem before -- it's usually the whole net or none -- not just one site using one ISP. Can anyone offer any suggestions or insight into what might be happening? I was wondering if it had something to do with the DNS servers at Bellsouth. Please e-mail me at SwipedOut@wmconnect.com with any ideas -- I'd really appreciate it. Thanks everyone -- and have a wonderfully safe 4th of July!