Problem with External DNS

Discussion in 'DNS Server' started by Salvador, Aug 5, 2009.

  1. Salvador

    Salvador Guest

    Thank you very much. I'm scared to change the IP NewtworkSolutions on Friday
    and Monday that I am not working at all.

    The cache, as configured in a DNS server?
    Salvador, Aug 8, 2009
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  2. It's easy, don't worry. Just do it. You won't have any problems.

    As for the DNS cache, just open the DNS console in Advanced View, and you
    can see the cache. You can delete the cache in there, or simply restart the
    DNS service.

    Ace Fekay [MCT], Aug 8, 2009
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  3. Salvador

    Salvador Guest

    Thank you very much for everything.
    you are crack.

    I am a little worried because I have tested with a DNS that I have
    registered with Network Solutions on Wednesday and yesterday would change
    the IP and sometimes I respond well NSLookup and sometimes not. Also in: gives me error
    Salvador, Aug 8, 2009
  4. You're welcome.

    It depends on which server nslookup is using. Change servers to a server
    that you haven't used yet. It takes time to propagate a change.

    (run the test)
    (run the test)


    What errors is that site giving you? Post them, please. It may be the way
    you have your DNS setup.

    Why not just use a hosting service to host your public records? I used to
    host over 30 zones years ago. It was a pain in the rump. You need two
    minimum, based on the registrar rules, as well. I am now hosting them at my
    registrar. It's part of the price, and I don't have to be running extra
    machines, extra electricity, worry about hackers, etc.

    Ace Fekay [MCT], Aug 8, 2009
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