Frequently Asked Questions
Name servers refresh themselves from once an hour to once a day. Generally 2-3 days time is a good estimate when a domain’s DNS information is changed at the domain registrar, after which everyone in the world can see the change.
You can speed up this process by clearing your local computer DNS cache by following:
1) Read How to Clear local DNS.
2) Restart your computer.
3) Restart/reboot your network modem/router (if you have both, restart the modem first and then the router).
This will allow your computer to receive a fresh DNS record of the domain name if this was refreshed at the names servers.
1) Try a different browser.
2) Clear your browser cookies and cache/temp internet files, also check security settings, and clear your local DNS :
3) Restart your computer.
4) Restart/reboot your network modem/router (if you have both, restart the modem first and then the router)
If you still have no connection please try a proxy server : http://www.proxy4free.com/list/webproxy1.html
Please allow up to 72 hours for world wide DNS propagation, then let us know if you still have problems.
To flush the DNS cache in Microsoft Windows XP:
– Start -> Run -> type cmd
– in command prompt, type ipconfig /flushdns
– Done! You Window DNS cache has just been flushed.
To flush the DNS cache in Windows Vista, 7 or 8+:
– Run a command prompt as an Administrator.
– in the command window type the following and then hit enter: ipconfig /flushdns
You will see the following confirmation:
Windows IP Configuration
Successfully flushed the DNS Resolver Cache.
To flush the DNS cache in Linux, restart the nscd daemon:
– To restart the nscd daemon, type /etc/rc.d/init.d/nscd restartin your terminal
– Once you run the command your linux DNS cache will flush.
On newer versions of Linux you may need to use:
To flush the DNS cache in Mac OS X:-
– type lookupd -flushcache in your terminal to flush the DNS resolver cache. ex: bash-2.05a$ lookupd -flushcache
– Once you run the command your DNS cache (in Mac OS X) will flush.
Newer versions of MacOS X should use the following command:
type: dscacheutil -flushcache