[sf-lug] done: Re: sf-lug.org "32-bit" (i386) to "64-bit" (amd64)

jim jim at well.com
Sun Jul 5 20:37:54 PDT 2015

     Does a 20160702 expiration date mean that
the domains are lost to us? Note that NetSol
has charged me for the domain registration
through July 2, 2016.

On 07/06/2015 03:19 AM, Daniel Gimpelevich wrote:
> On Sun, 2015-07-05 at 19:59 -0700, Michael Paoli wrote:
>> I'm not aware of any issues.
>> If(/when) there's issue, helps to gather the relevant troubleshooting
>> information, e.g. DNS & IP, response, capture of the page(s)/image(s),
>> ...
>> maybe someone typoed the domain name when they went to get the page?
>> Kind'a hard to troubleshoot (someone thinks) they saw ... but they
>> didn't
>> save any of the data or details.
>> And *today* ... that was long after the changes on the host had been
>> completed.  Also, wondering how someone tried to connect from
>> what/where,
>> and if they hit any "click through" sites they had to use, or used
>> some
>> rogue Wi-Fi or something like that?  Again, without relevant details
>> captured,
>> mostly just left to speculate.
> Both domains are "Pending Renewal or Deletion" by NetSol. They resolve
> to with an MX of mail.b-io.co. Text on the .com page
> says: sf-lug.com expired on 07/02/2016 and is pending renewal or
> deletion. Text on .org says: sf-lug.org expired on 07/02/2016 and is
> pending renewal or deletion. There are Backorder Domain links of:
> http://www.networksolutions.com/promotions/ref/REPOINT-DPRD.html?dom=sf-lug.com
> http://www.networksolutions.com/promotions/ref/REPOINT-DPRD.html?dom=sf-lug.org
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