• Subject: Re: MS/DNS problem - more info
  • From: Sean Porterfield <sporter@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 25 Jan 2001 17:19:03 -0500
  • Organization: Best Distributing Co.

Douglas Handy wrote:
> messing up the DNS entries.  Yesterday Matt Drudge posted the (alledged) 
> of a whois which would seem to implicate more than just employee error.


Even though that is true :) it has nothing to do with the problem. 
Those entries have been around for a while.  Whois and nslookup are two
different tools.  (BTW, it was more than just misconfigured DNS
entries.  I tried nslookup queries directly against the 4 listed servers
of microsoft.com and they wouldn't respond at all.)
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