Isp dns not updating
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When you visit a domain your ISP will look up the domains records and provide your computer with the relevant information.
To save time, when an ISP has looked up a domain, they'll store the DNS information for a few hours.
What to Expect during this 2 to 4 day propagation period In most cases,the propagation process will take at least 48 hours to complete.
The first thing that happens is the "World Root Name Servers" will check all lof the various "Domain Registrars for updates".
Don't worry though as Internet routers are usually faster at clearing their DNS cache than ISP's are.Beware however that some lame ISP's will delay this process for as much as 2 to 4 days in some cases.If that happens, it will no doubt cause additional confusion as everyone else will be reaching your new account on our server except you.DNS cache and your ISP Every time you access a site from your ISP they cache the URL as well as its associated IP number.
If their network is properly setup , these DNS cache records should "Expire" at least every 24 hours .
The DNS propagation process is not limited to ISP's !