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ok, so I have been diagnosing as issue with our ISP, since they are either unwilling or dont know how to do so themselves.

Our speeds are so random and sporadic lately, that this has led to a further investigation into all of this.

If I tracert to www.grm.net (216.139.111.51) its supposed to come back as www.lathrpmo.com

however when I was doing this yesterday it was coming back as www.cakesbymarie.com

now this morning if I plug 216.139.111.51 into my IE address bar, I get a church of Jesus Christ web page, instead of www.grm.net.


I am somewhat confused by all this and cant figure out what would cause this type of misrouting issue. Is someone(s) running servers that may be acting as DNS causing issues? I dunno... any and all help appreciated.
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ok, so I have been diagnosing as issue with our ISP, since they are either unwilling or dont know how to do so themselves.

Our speeds are so random and sporadic lately, that this has led to a further investigation into all of this.

If I tracert to www.grm.net (216.139.111.51) its supposed to come back as www.lathrpmo.com

however when I was doing this yesterday it was coming back as www.cakesbymarie.com

now this morning if I plug 216.139.111.51 into my IE address bar, I get a church of Jesus Christ web page, instead of www.grm.net.


I am somewhat confused by all this and cant figure out what would cause this type of misrouting issue. Is someone(s) running servers that may be acting as DNS causing issues? I dunno... any and all help appreciated.
could be lots of things, bad DNS, bad home router, bad NIC, even a bad modem. at some level something is getting mixed around there is simply no way for us to tell you
    
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Well I was just told its because they host websites virtually... so they all have the same IP and when you ping or tracert to the ip.... you will get a random site.............. Never heard of that before.........learn something new everyday I guess.
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Well I was just told its because they host websites virtually... so they all have the same IP and when you ping or tracert to the ip.... you will get a random site.............. Never heard of that before.........learn something new everyday I guess.
LOL. Those websites are probably hosted Dynamically. A LOT of smaller business websites are hosted that way, unless they pay the BIG $$$ for a true static setup, with Multiple IP's to host from.

There is nothing wrong with your hardware or anything like that.

Trust me, I'm a Network Doctor
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