[time-nuts] Lady Heather Ver 5 Problem

Orin Eman orin.eman at gmail.com
Tue Dec 13 00:40:32 EST 2016

For a little more detail see WSA_NODATA here:

The explanation is rather difficult to parse.  It seems it's indicating
that an MX record was found (somewhere you could send email) but no A
record (a server you could connect to).

As John says, probably a temporary problem.

Orin; never seen that one before.

On Mon, Dec 12, 2016 at 9:04 PM, John Miles <john at miles.io> wrote:

> The error message in question came from the IPCONN::connect() method in
> ipconn.cpp.  That particular code (11004) is returned by gethostbyname()
> when it fails to resolve a DNS name.  Normally, when Heather tries to
> connect to the test server, gethostbyname() is used to turn "
> ke5fx.dyndns.org" into a numeric address that can be passed to
> connect().  If it returns 11004, it means that the client's DNS provider
> was able to find a record, but couldn't actually resolve it.
> Should just be a temporary glitch in the Matrix.  Nothing specific can be
> done about it AFAIK.
> -- john, KE5FX
> Miles Design LLC
> > I grep'd all the source code and there is no 11004 anywhere in the
> program...
> >
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