Not sure how it got fixed, has to be something on GoDaddy' end. The domain now resolves properly. I just uploaded files via CyberDuck and we are still in business.
Maybe, they did some further investigation at GD after I called yesterday. I can't help but think something changed when our domain was off briefly a week ago that has now been corrected, whatever it was.
Thanks to Reboot for his generous offer to take the time to help troubleshoot this. I'm glad it is fixed and and was pretty sure that nothing had changed on my end.
Very frustrating and it points out how much I do not really know about how the world wide innertubes work under the hood. Funny, how we just expect things to work. This does kind of leave me with a bad taste for GD. Most of the domains and websites I manage are with other hosts and to be fair, they do have the occasional problem too.
Did you try the ftp and web browsers with the IP address directly? I see the IP, but it doesn't look like a dedicated IP. If you can get the IP URL you can attempt the same thing without using DNS and see what reults you get.
That should also help you track down if there is a DNS issue or not.
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