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Thread: Dns Propagation
02-24-2003, 07:00 PM #1christoperGuest
I made chnages in my DNS entry before 3 days. But Still i am seeing a my website from my old Hosting company . But some other people who use dialup can see my new site? why is that?
02-24-2003, 10:10 PM #2northwindGuest
Basically if you are under a cable connection your cable provider has the DNS information cached onto their system.
Basically you need to ask them to reset this cache.
This should only take a 1-3 days.
02-24-2003, 10:28 PM #3northwindGuest
well the thing is, he stated people on dial-up can see, which means the dns information is fully proprogated from the domain registrar so basically they cannot do anything.
You need to contact your isp.
We actually had a few clients that had trouble with this as well.
02-24-2003, 11:50 PM #4northwindGuest
how are you connected to the internet?
02-26-2003, 10:14 AM #5matt2kjonesGuest
ok its been 3 days since the records were changed yes??? not 3 days since you requested them to be changed.
if the domain name points to your new server, and people are still seeing the old one then its not a dns problem. If it was you would be seeing page cannot be displayed errors, or dodgy resolving.
loads of isps do cache, which gets you the content quicker, and saves the isp money.
a link would be good for this domain, so we could all see what we get
one of my domains took about 5 days to resolve correctly, even though they say propagation says up to 72 hours
03-03-2003, 11:34 AM #6
Originally posted by Paint@Feb 24 2003, 11:38 PM
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o yes... try clearing you history, tempinternet files, cookies, etc... then search for a way to clear out ure dns stored information i forgot the exact command to clear your stored dns info on ure comp...
03-05-2003, 12:27 AM #7PenguinGuest
Some ISPs don't refresh their DNS chache ..thats why you are getting this problem...contact Your ISP
03-08-2003, 05:03 PM #8WoofcatGuest
run your own recursive dns server so this isn't a problem