RE: Dns refresh
please do NOT crosspost thus massively.
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> 1 / Run traceroute server_name .
> 2 / Check in the result where the old ip addresse is still used ?
> May be the old ip is still used in a slave nameserver, which can be found
> analysing the result you?ve got when running traceroute server_name .
I suggest using
dig +trace server_name
you will see which DNS server cached the old name.
then, if it is a Debian server and it uses Bind Version 9, you do:
if it uses Bind 8, you just restart the server.
if it uses Windoze Server, you either do
or you upgrade it to Debian straight away, that will also flush the DNS
if only your Windoze 2000, XP or 2003 Client misbehaves, you either do
or upgrade to Debian as said.
> Hope that help.
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massive x-post! :-((
> Objet : Dns refresh
> Hello, I have a server and I changed the ip number of the server and the
> nameserver (and restarted the services) but when i try to reach the
> it goes to the old ip. How can I make the dns to refresh the ip number?
> Thanks Thanks Thanks!.
> Santiago Francos
> Noc-Servilink WebHosting Argentina
- RE: Dns refresh
- From: "Sefie Janvier OUATTARA" <email@example.com>