DNS forwarding working but website not opening in browser

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Hi all, I have enabled forwarding on my DNS servers. The DNS servers are successfully forwarding all the queries to an ISP server. When I use nslookup on the clients workstation, it is resolving all the sites but the websites are not opening on my browser. I can't understand what is the problem. Please help its urgent.

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Hi all,

Mohit, Follow the steps below:

Click Start =>Run, type in CMD, press OK.

Copy and paste this into the Command prompt:

netsh winsock reset catalog

Press Enter

Then copy and paste this in:

netsh int ip reset reset.log

Press Enter.

When finished restart your computer.

netsh winsock reset catalog

This command resets the Winsock catalog to the default configuration. This can be useful if a malformed LSP is installed that results in loss of network connectivity. While use of this command can restore network connectivity, it should be used with care because any previously-installed LSPs will need to be re-installed.

I hope this will work for you.
Do update us again.

Thank you
Anil

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  • Gabe9527
    What sort of site? SSL used?
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  • saturno
    Hello, Did you enabled the headers you're typing in the address bar on the new server? (the one you're forwarding the requests to?)
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  • Mohit04
    Thanks for all your replies. I think We found the cause.. Earlier all our traffic was routed using the proxy. but for the systems using dns with forwarder, we werent using proxy. So the traffic was not allowed from our network firewall which was not allowing the browser to open the site.
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