Following a link to here - http://www.gbpvr.com/nwiki/pmwiki.ph...tion.Recording
I got the following page a couple of times. Odd??
EveryDNS: Migrate Now
To Whom This May Concern:
You are seeing this message due to the site you are trying to view having its DNS hosted by EveryDNS.
EveryDNS services will be fully discontinued as of September 9th, 2011.
As part of this process, we have set several scheduled outages leading up to this date to give site owners a chance to migrate their services to DynDNS.com:
August 29th 14:00 - 15:00 UTC - 1 hour
August 30th 14:00 - 17:00 UTC - 3 hours
September 1st 14:00 - 20:00 UTC - 6 hours
September 6th 14:00 - 24:00 UTC - 10 hours
September 7th 14:00 UTC - Sept 8th 14:00 UTC - 24 hours
September 9th 14:00 UTC - EditDNS and EveryDNS services retired
Numerous notifications have been sent to the account owner requesting that domains migrate over to DynDNS.com services as soon as possible. These notifications were sent starting 90 days prior to the September 9th, 2011 deadline.
If you are the owner of this domain and didnít receive a notification about this migration, it could be because the email address on your account was invalid. You can begin the migration by going to https://www.dyndns.com/welcome/. If you are not the owner of this site, please pass this link along to the owner of the site.
If you have migrated this zone already but haven't delegated please check out the steps outlined for our Dyn Standard DNS users.
If you need further assistance, please contact email@example.com.
One for sub and whoever is hosting the gbpvr.com domain.
The SOA entry and NS entries for gbpvr.com certainly show name servers for everydns.net - there are a couple of others though which is why you don't see it all the time. Whoever's hosting it needs to remove everydns.net name servers from the DNS registration.
Hmm, you shouldnt be seeing that. I removed the everydns.net DNS entries several days ago. I just logged into my domain register service and double checked, and I can see no sign of everydns.net any more.
I'm still getting that as well.
I'm not really an expert in that area, but maybe try running "ipconfig /flushdns". Hopefully that'll cause it to pickup the current DNS setting.
Fixed. I had to remove the EasyDNS entries from the DNS records on the other nameservers (separate from the hosting server). Updates should propogate across the web within the next 1-24 hours.
Last edited by whurlston; 2011-09-06 at 06:59 PM.
Ah, I forgot about the names where also listed on your DNS setup.
Originally Posted by whurlston
sub, just got your email. Will respond as soon as my son goes down for a nap.
lol - and there I was thinking I'd gone a bit mad.
Originally Posted by whurlston
I used to be in charge of DNS for the last company I worked for and I use nslookup (folding back to the primary NS if necessary). I looked about 30 minutes ago and all the easydns.net records were there then I looked again just before you posted and they were gone. Had me scratching my head until I saw your post.