There are probably others that have more detailed info, but here are few to look at.
- Release and reset you network card address.
- Reboot your router, wait a few minutes and power it back up.
- Check the hosts file to see if there's anything "odd" in there.
There is normally only # comments and 1 line. If you have more than that in there consider a browser or network hijack.
- File a tech support ticket to let them know your area and region and that the DNS did not resolve in your area.
It does happen the DNS name service update can be borked. Every night the entire DNS map updates but if the update gets splinched and the name is not resubmitted for propagation, the name will not resolve. Only the owner of the name (.com) can request a new push on the name. I know of several other companies who's DNS did not propagate correctly until they made a new push on the name. It takes 24 hours for a new push to happen.
Whoever says “I” creates the “you.” Such is the trap of every conscience. The “I” signifies both solitude and rejection of solitude. Words name things and then replace them. Whoever says tomorrow, denies it. Tomorrow exists only for him who does not seek it. And yesterday? Yesterday is Kolvillàg: a name to forget, a word already forgotten.
The Oath: A Novel by Elie Wiesel