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    Quick DNS Question...

    We have our DNS routed internally for a few websites

    www.website.com works
    website.com doesn't work

    Any ideas why?

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    I've run into this problem and It may have something to do with the way the website is setup.
    A real world example.
    www.runshaw.ac.uk works
    runshaw.ac.uk doesn't

    Some info here. dns - Why can't some websites be shown without the "www" in the URL? - Server Fault
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    create an empty a record with your ip in should work fine.

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