I just updated one of my DNS zone records in the control panel and it is not working.




You must be patient with DNS zone record propagation. You must allow time for the DNS servers to load the new records. DNS records are usually cached on servers and workstations for a period time. You must allow the cache to expire before the new DNS zone records are usable. If you are using a Windows computer, executing the following command from the command prompt, will flush the DNS records cached on your computer.

ipconfig /flushdns



Was this answer helpful?

Add to Favourites Add to Favourites    Print this Article Print this Article

Also Read
Public DNS Servers (Views: 2946)
What are my nameservers? (Views: 15260)

Why DOTNET SERVICES?

All web hosting plans come with the following cool features!
  • Powerful Control Panel
  • 24/7 Email Support
  • 30 Days Money Back Guarantee
  • 99.9% Uptime Guarantee
  • Unlimited Email accounts
  • Unlimited MySQL Databases
  • FREE Domain Name

TELL ME MORE

Follow Us