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I have a blog and I recently moved to another hosting company. I have two laptops, a sony vaio and a macbook pro. I have noticed that I can access my blog only from the sony vaio. Using terminal on both laptops I get the following results :

Vaio Terminal

nslookup blog.myblogname.org

Server : pirelli.router Address : my router's ip here

DNS request timed out. timeout was 2 seconds. Name : blog.myblogname.org Address : my blog ip here

MacBook Pro Terminal

nslookup blog.myblogname.org

Server : xx.xx.x.xxx (My isp's primary dns server) Address : xx.xx.x.xxx#53

** server can't find blog.myblogname.org: NXDOMAIN

I have to note here that my macbook pro is connected on the modem-router(pirelli) using an airport express router. Thank you.

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Today the blog (blog.devcanvas.org) is not accessible from any of the two laptops. – skiabox Jun 28 '12 at 9:46
    
Now it is accessible again.Why is this happening?Is it an isp problem? – skiabox Jun 28 '12 at 10:02
    
Another comment I want to make is that when I contact my hosting provider(midphase) they say that they can access the blog. – skiabox Jun 28 '12 at 10:38

Probably it is a hosting provider problem. I found a page (just-ping.com) that checks your page from many places of the world and here is the sad picture that shows about 50% success only :

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