Saturday, May 28, 2005

New Host

I moved all my thumbnails and some other files to another host today due to the DNS problem some of you were having causing you to not see the thumbnails. No thumbnails make this site UGLY. Can you all see them now?? Feedback please.

To the people that CAN'T see them still... maybe try changing your DNS server ip? Here's a nice little list. If you have a router, you can log into it and manually change the ip. If you don't have a router you can go to Start> control panel> network connections> right click your connection> general tab> highlight Internet Protocol> properties> "use the following DNS servers.... all done. This may improve how other sites work also... since your DNS SUCKS. ;-)

Verizon (Level3) Nameservers
4.2.2.1
4.2.2.2
4.2.2.3
4.2.2.4
4.2.2.5
4.2.2.6

SpeakEasy Nameservers
66.93.87.2
216.231.41.2
216.254.95.2
64.81.45.2
64.81.111.2
64.81.127.2
64.81.79.2
64.81.159.2
66.92.64.2
66.92.224.2
66.92.159.2
64.81.79.2
64.81.159.2
64.81.127.2
64.81.45.2
216.27.175.2
66.92.159.2
66.93.87.2

ORSC Public Access DNS Nameservers
199.166.24.253
199.166.27.253
199.166.28.10
199.166.29.3
199.166.31.3
195.117.6.25
204.57.55.100

Sprintlink General DNS
204.117.214.10
199.2.252.10
204.97.212.10

Cisco
128.107.241.185
192.135.250.69

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

i see em just fine
j

Anonymous said...

yeay i can see said the blind man -tiki

Das said...

finally...thanks man

Drew McDonald said...

i can't see them at all... in FireFox there is a little white square with a gray outline where i can click the link.
In IE it loads for over 5 minutes and then displays the full size square and that annoying red X instead of thumbnails. grrrr to cable internet

Drew McDonald said...

I CAN SEE THEM NOW!
in IE and FireFox
(i might have to try opera)

Rich said...

I can't see them. I'll try the updated DNS servers that you posted (though my current DNS is usually flawless).

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