DNS change - HELP

Brian Salomaki brian at gambitdesign.com
Sun Oct 28 19:44:38 UTC 2001

We can only help you if you give us the domain name and old/new IP addresses. 
 Without that information, all I can suggest is that maybe your client's 
ISP's DNS servers are caching the entry for a long time, due to a 
configuration error by somebody, but that doesn't help you very much.

On Saturday 27 October 2001 09:51 pm, zyphr wrote:
> I'm wondering if anyone has any suggestions.  I had a website moved over
> from a local (to me) ISP to a Re-seller hosting service.  The site has been
> live since last Monday and I had no problem seeing it from a couple of
> machines, but when I go to my client's home and we try to see the site from
> his machine he still gets his old site showing.   I believe it's been long
> enough for the DNS changes to propagate.
> I've tried clearing his browser cache and still I get the old site.  He had
> hosting services and interent service from the same ISP.  He has a W95
> machine and no network.  Please help.  Thanks.

Brian Salomaki
Gambit Design Internet Services
110 E. State St., Suite 18, Kennett Square, PA 19348
DNSbox: http://gambitdesign.com

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