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      10-22-2007, 09:28 AM   #3
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Originally Posted by larryn View Post
Hi grg.. It sounds like it's probably a DNS issue on your local machine.

Flush your DNS cache on the client. From Terminal, type in: sudo lookupd -flushcache

You'll be asked for your password, and you should be good to go. It flushes all stored DNS Server locations, and forces the machine to bypass anything stored, and get a new IP the next time you try to go to any site.
Thanks larryn, I'll try that when I get home tonight. One question though... what do you mean by "terminal?"