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RE: Dns refresh


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 by analysing the result you’ve got when running traceroute server_name .  

Hope that help.

Sefie Janvier  


De : Servilink Santiago Francos [mailto:santiago@servilink.com.ar]
Envoyé : mer
credi 27 avril 2005 20:59
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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 server, 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

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