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Web Site Moved, but try to tell my browser that. - 20.Jan.2006 4:43:20 PM   
mikemalter

 

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I moved a web site to our colocation facility after hosting it on our corporate lan during development.  After the move, on my workstation only, whenever I try to go to that url, I try to go to the old address.

I was going out through ISA2004 and then back in which is a no-no , but it was just easier at the time.  Now that the site has been moved, somehow my browser (?) thinks it is still on our lan.

Any ideas about what I can do?

Thanks.

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RE: Web Site Moved, but try to tell my browser that. - 21.Jan.2006 5:41:38 AM   
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Hi Mike,
If you ping your web site by name, what is the resolving IP address? Your internal IP?
Did you try Ipconfig /flushdns from the command prompt on your computer?
Leet us know

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RE: Web Site Moved, but try to tell my browser that. - 21.Jan.2006 6:56:57 AM   
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HOSTS file entry maybe?

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RE: Web Site Moved, but try to tell my browser that. - 21.Jan.2006 7:05:15 AM   
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Hey guys,

Thanks for the suggestions, I did all of the above and even rebooted as well as clearing browser cache.

I remember hearing something about ISA Server caching DNS entries and was wondering how I could clear that cache.  Also, maybe I am pointed to a cached site in ISA too.  I have been having cache issues (well what I consider are issues).  Since ISA reverse caches web by default, we are now caching pages that change in development, but the "old" page gets reloaded instead.  This mostly happens with javascript only pages.

So, is there a way to flush ISA's DNS as well as its page cache?

Thanks.

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RE: Web Site Moved, but try to tell my browser that. - 21.Jan.2006 7:52:02 AM   
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Mike,
If this the result from cache on the Firewall, everyone would have the same problem, everyone goes through the Firewall to access the web, you stated that is only you the one with the problem.
You can go ahead and try to ping from the firewall, and again see to what IP address is the firewall resolving the site name.
Does everyone use the same DNS server?

I am going to ask U the same question , from your computer when U ping the site, what is the IP Address that you get back?
The IP address of the server that was hosting the site, or the IP address of the ISA server (external)
Thanks and good luck

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RE: Web Site Moved, but try to tell my browser that. - 21.Jan.2006 3:42:28 PM   
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IIRC, the FWC will cache DNS records for 6 hours.  Well, ISA 2000 FWC did, not sure about 2K4.
As for content caching, that can be controlled by cache rules.  You can either dump the entire cache from the ISA console or by the help of a script from MS, or use their CacheDirTool to expire individual content.
Make sure that SyncMode5 in your browser is set to "Every visit to the page" and try [Ctrl]-[F5] to force a refresh.

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