I’m getting lots of emails from worried folks about the status of the Climate Audit website.
It’s a DNS snafu caused by closing a billing for hosting service that isn’t used anymore. I’ve already cured the problem but the trickle through of new DNS entries takes time, web-wide.
For those with Windows try this:
- Open a command line window or type “cmd” in the “run” box
- type ipconfig /flushdns – should report that it has flushed resolver cache
- type ping www.climateaudit.org and if return IP address has a .124 on the end then you are good to go, if not, you’ll need to wait a couple of hours for your ISP to update DNS records
- if good to go, open your browser and go to website
If you own a Mac, (thx to Russ)
Mac users should go to Safari Browser and Empty Cache, then go to Utilities, select Network Utility, click on Ping and type in climateaudit.org. If ping come back .124 in the last three, the Mac Users are good to go.