1pc Letter Graphic Random Insulation Cup

1pc Letter Graphic Random Insulation Cup


Looking for a fun and unique way to keep your drinks cold or hot? Look no further than our 1pc Letter Graphic Random Insulation Cup! This great cup comes in a variety of colors and features a fun and random graphic on the front. Whether you’re looking for a great gift for a friend or just want to treat yourself, this is the perfect cup for you!

Features

Frost resistant design

Holds up to 18 ozs of liquid

Makes an excellent gift

Hand-made in the USA

Product Features

BPA- and phthalate-free

Care instructions: microwave and dishwasher safe

Microwave safe to 800W

Suitable for hot and cold liquids of 18oz and up

Measures approximately 6″ diameter

Wash in any standard dishwasher

Use the handy handle to easily transport the product

Material: Polycarbonate

Care Instructions: Microwave and Dishwasher Safe

Microwave safe to 800W

Suitable for hot and cold liquids of 18oz and up

Measures approximately 6″ diameter

Wash in any standard dishwasher

Use the handy handle to easily transport the product

Material: Polycarbonate

Dimensions: 6″ diameter, 18oz

BPA- and phthalate-free

Frost resistant design

Product Includes: 1pc

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DNS Server is blocking a web application from another server

I’m having strange behaviour with my hosting provider’s Nameserver, which is causing a DNS record returned from their server and sent from our webapplication (that is hosted on the same server) to be unreachable by the remote webapplication. Both machines are running CentOS. The record has a 10.1.1.100.
I have configured OpenDNS’s secondary DNS server, and that DNS server is what the hosting provider’s DNS nameserver returns, so the record’s TTL is correctly 10 minutes, and the record is added in the nameserver logs from OpenDNS.
The record is added as normal. However when the webapplication looks up the record, it gets a timeout response. If I restart the Nameserver, the problem persists.
I have done this before and never had this problem

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