No DNS entry


Did internic screw up again? has no dns entry. Even in . Any ideas?


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AT&T Wireless Services (ATTWS-DOM)
   3755 Monte Villa Parkway
   Bothell, WA 98021

   Domain Name: ATTWS.COM

   Administrative Contact:
      Canzler, Eric (EC4939) eric.canzler@ATTWS.COM
      (425)580-4316 (FAX) (425)580-2626
   Technical Contact, Zone Contact:
      National Data Networks - Operations (ENS-ORG) ensg@ATTWS.COM
      (888) 900-3674
Fax- (206) 580-2626
   Billing Contact:
      Regimbal, Kevin (KR473) regimbal@SEATTLEU.EDU
      (206)296-5563 (FAX) (206)296-5561

   Record last updated on 02-Aug-99.
   Record created on 22-Apr-95.
   Database last updated on 3-Aug-99 04:32:33 EDT.

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Did internic screw up again? has no dns entry. Even in . Any ideas?

It appears to be on hold for non-payment. For a change, is working.


I heard today (from Network Solutions) that "[their] billing department is
backed up" for both electronic and paper invoices.

Hasn't kept them from disabling domains for not magically receiving payment.

We lost a domain today whose anniversary date is almost exactly the same

Deepak Jain

It's not for me...It just hangs on the second screen....I have been trying to renew a domain all day!

Reid Fishler


This sounds a lot like a credit card problem I had a couple months ago. Sent
the payment in *THE DAY I RECEIVED THE STATEMENT*. In fact I got to the post
office that afternoon, retrieved the statement from my PO Box, and since I
had my checkbook with me, I wrote a check and dropped it in the mail.

Two weeks before payment was due.

And got charged a late fee anyhow.

I finally got someone to fess up that there was a computer problem, and in
fact, either this week's (or last week's) ComputerWorld had a blurb about
them screwing up the timely crediting of payments on 700,000 bills.

And they did credit me the late fee, but I had to ask very nicely for them
to "re-age" the account and take the record of the "late payment" off their

Sounds like NSI.

I wonder if NSI is going to reimburse the customers they screwed over by
turning off DNS for their domains. After all, if they knew there was a
problem, shouldn't they have set some flag in their database, or performed
some other operation that would delay the deactivation of the domains?