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Old 07-09-2010, 07:25 AM   #1
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Hi i am trying to open one site.When i open at home or internet cafe or at my friends place it opens properly but when i try to open it in my office i get this error and some other page opens "This domain is parked, pending renewal, or has expired.Please contact the domain provider with questions."
This is the strange problem i have faced for the first time.

Can some one shower some light on it?

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Hi i am trying to open one site.When i open at home or internet cafe or at my friends place it opens properly but when i try to open it in my office i get this error and some other page opens "This domain is parked, pending renewal, or has expired.Please contact the domain provider with questions."
This is the strange problem i have faced for the first time.

Can some one shower some light on it?
Prayag
If it works at home, and at a friends, but not at your office, ask yourself "what's the difference between them?".

Your office (probably) uses a firewall or two, proxy servers, internal DNS servers, etc. Chances are, the address is getting bounced around internally, and going to the wrong place, or is getting blocked.

Since you give no details (such as the site name, version/distro of Linux, etc.), hard to say more.
 
  


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