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What happened to bgdf.com?

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s2alexan
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I usually get here with bgdf.com, but it doesn't seem to be working any more - I need to use the "verbose" www.bgdf.com :)

Not a big deal at all, but just wondering what happened. All those extra w's add up over time.

Stefan

phpbbadmin
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Hmmm

I don't know. Bgdf.com worked perfectly for me. It's probably just a matter of time before the new IP resolves throughout the rest of the DNS world. I imagine it will start working for you in a few days.

-Darke

sedjtroll
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What happened to bgdf.com?

At work I have no problem (I have the site bookmarked, I imagine the bookmark uses the whole URL). Oddly though, ever since the switch (I guess that's when) when I try to access the site from my home computer it tells me "You don't have permission to access index.html on this sit" or something like that.

Anyone know what's up with that? I tried rebooting, but same problem happened.

- Seth

Zzzzz
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What happened to bgdf.com?

Seth,

Maybe you need to delete the various cookies/files from your web browser application. Might even be an old cached version of the page on your home computer.

Besides that I have no idea why you would be getting the issue right now.

FastLearner
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What happened to bgdf.com?

It's also possible that some of you (only folks who have been here a while) may have set a hard IP address in your HOSTS file for the site and it's interfering now that the IP address has changed (I know that I had).

If so then you should be able to simply remove the line with bgdf in it and your problem will be instantly solved (though it may take a reboot afterwards).

-- Matthew

Anonymous
What happened to bgdf.com?

I used to have that problem to, just make this your homepage if you can, works fine.

Anonymous
What happened to bgdf.com?

Yeah every once in a while it acts up, give it time and it usually is back to normal.

Aaron

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