Issue happened because the client host can’t resolve the FQDN of Linux VDA. You can get detailed logging from CDF traces of Receiver:

May 01, 2011 · Every time I try logging into SL a message pops up and says"Login failed. DNS could not resolve the host name.Please verify that you cant connect to the www.secondlife.comweb site. Jun 18, 2015 · Hi, Using Netscaler 10.5, I configured Traffic Management -> DNS -> Name server and once I did, I see state being "enabled" and "up". So from Netscaler's command line i get into Shell to ping one of the servers in the DNS and I'm able to ping its IP address, but when I tried to ping the full host name like server1.test.local, it returns unknown host. An issue occurs intermittently and apparently at random, whereby a client will be unable to resolve the host/computer name of the print server. When the issue occurs, we have confirmed the following: - The client has a valid IP address. - The client’s DNS server addresses are correct. - The client can ping the IP address of the print server. Apr 05, 2012 · It works for me, as I'm connecting from the same network, but my friends get "Can't resolve host name". So I had to give them the IP (then one you get if you do a DNS lookup) But I really don't want to give out numbers; it feels kind of unprofessional if you know what I mean. Re: Sync failed: unable to resolve the specified upstream server by Lawrence Garvin (MVP) » Mon, 11 Jun 2007 08:31:14 GMT "Anatoly Nazarenko" wrote in The simple answer here is that server2.mydomain cannot find the desired resources at server1.mydomain because the configured destination hostname is not being resolved

Cannot download Device credentials from Onboard server: Unable to resolve host" I verified with a network app on my Android that CPPM's host name is not resolvable. This isn't an issue for things like Guest captive portal because I used a different FQDN in my captive portal that resolve to the CPPM IP.

I don't run a full 19.04, so maybe I'm wrong about the libnss-resolve not being available. Try sudo apt-get install libnss-resolve and see what happens. If nothing, you can edit your hosts line to have the "resolve [!UNAVAIL=return]" befoer the dns -- That's really all I know that installing the package does anyway. – ubfan1 May 18 '19 at 15:11 In the Domain Name field, type in the domain of the computer you are trying to access. Click Specify Manually radio button and specify the DNS server-1 IP address as the DNS server, which can resolve the host name (It can be your remote site DNS server IP or your local DNS server IP). If you add a DNS resolver to /etc/resolv.conf and still can't do a host then you need to check your local network configuration. Post the output of ip addr and ip route and make sure to include information regarding the local network. Host names are resolved to IP addresses by a DNS server (Domain Name Server). Solution. Double check the host name you have entered. If you have verified that the hostname is correct, there may be a problem with your DNS server (or with your ISP's DNS server if you are a standalone user). It may be unable to resolve hostnames to IP addresses.

Nov 05, 2017 · I rebooted my server (Ubuntu 16.04 w/ LAMP) about ~14 hours ago. Since then, I can't run apt-get or ping, and I'm seeing a lot of 'Temporary failure in name resolution' errors in my syslog.

The hostname will not change until you reboot. If you wish to change it without rebooting the machine then follow the above steps and after that run:- "sudo hostname my-machine" to see if this has worked run "sudo hostname" It will show your machine's host name. It’s very popular for modern Minecraft servers to use a “hostname” instead of a traditional IP address. A hostname acts similar to a domain name, but one that is used to connect to the server. Problem: Client is unable to resolve a host name. Troubleshooting steps: If a client cannot resolve a host name, then it is best to verify the Host name resolution sequence listed above that the client should be using. If the name does not exist in any of the resources that the client uses, then you must decide to which resource to add it. Apr 09, 2013 · Fix Vmware unable to resolve hostname (DNS)/Unable to open connection If you’re getting unable to open connection due to unable to resolve hostname in VMware client image when using NAT, especially to local network hosts, try the following tip