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https://documentation.cpanel.net/display/CKB/How+To+Clear+Your+DNS+Cache How To Clear Your DNS CacheSkip to end of metadata Created by Unknown User (syncuser), last modified by Doc User on Apr 05, 2016 Go to start of metadata 1 2Overview 3How to clear your DNS cache 3.1Windows® 8 3.2Windows 7 3.3Windows XP, 2000, or Vista® 3.4MacOS® 10.10 3.5MacOS 10.7, 10.8, and 10.9 3.6MacOS 10.5 and 10.6 Overview Your DNS cache stores the locations (IP addresses) of web servers that contain web pages which you have recently viewed. If the location of the web server changes before the entry in your DNS cache updates, you can no longer access the site. If you encounter a large number of HTML 404 error codes, you may need to clear your DNS cache. After you clear your DNS cache, your computer will query nameservers for the new DNS information. How to clear your DNS cache The following methods allow you to remove old and inaccurate DNS information that may result in 404 errors. Windows® 8 To clear your DNS cache if you use Windows 8, perform the following steps: On your keyboard, press Win+X to open the WinX Menu. Right-click Command Prompt and select Run as Administrator. Run the following command: ? ipconfig /flushdns If the command succeeds, the system returns the following message: ? Windows IP configuration successfully flushed the DNS Resolver Cache. Windows 7 To clear your DNS cache if you use Windows 7, perform the following steps: Click Start. Enter cmd in the Start menu search text box. Right-click Command Prompt and select Run as Administrator. Run the following command: ? ipconfig /flushdns If the command succeeds, the system returns the following message: ? Windows IP configuration successfully flushed the DNS Resolver Cache. Windows XP, 2000, or Vista® To clear your DNS cache if you use Windows XP, 2000, or Vista®, perform the following steps: Click Start. On the Start menu, click Run…. If you do not see the Run command in Vista, enter run in the Search bar. Run the following command in the Run text box: ? ipconfig /flushdns If the command succeeds, the system returns the following message: ? Successfully flushed the DNS Resolver Cache. MacOS® 10.10 To clear your DNS cache if you use MacOS X version 10.10, perform the following steps: Click Applications. Click Utilities. Click Terminal. Run the following command: ? sudo discoveryutil mdnsflushcache If the command succeeds, the system does not return any output. Warning: To run this command, you must know the computer’s Admin account password. MacOS 10.7, 10.8, and 10.9 To clear your DNS cache if you use MacOS X version 10.7, 10.8, or 10.9, perform the following steps: Click Applications. Click Utilities. Double-click Terminal. Run the following command: ? sudo killall -HUP mDNSResponder If the command succeeds, the system does not return any output. Warning: To run this command, you must know the computer’s administrator account password. MacOS 10.5 and 10.6 To clear your DNS cache if you use MacOS X version 10.5 or 10.6, perform the following steps: Click Applications. Click Utilities. Double-click Terminal. Run the following command: ? sudo dscacheutil -flushcache If the command succeeds, the system does not return any output. Warning: To run this command, you must know the computer’s administrator account password.
Shared With cPanel, users are granted access to make some DNS changes from within the control panel. Please note that this effect will only work if HostGator’s nameservers or private nameservers registered with HostGator IPs are being used. Users can create and edit A and CNAME records by going to the Simple DNS Zone Editor which is found under the Domains section in cPanel. Users can also create and edit MX records with the MX Entry icon found under the Mail section in cPanel. For more information, please see: Local, Backup and Remote Mail Exchanger Users can easily customize SPF records using the Email Authentication icon under the Mail section in cPanel. Users can also add TXT records using the Advanced DNS Zone Editor icon under the Domains section in cPanel. Note: cPanel is not able to display any record ending with a comment. If you include a comment, cPanel indicates that there are no MX records and that it is defaulting to the main A record, but this is not true. While it is legitimate to have comments at the end of your records, cPanel will not understand.
You will need to create or change some A records at your DNS server to accomplish this. In most cases, you will need to create one entry for your domain without the www and another entry with the www, assuming you want your website to show up regardless of how visitors type your domain name. The method for changing A records varies; so you will want to reference the specific instructions for your DNS server. DNS Server DNS Display Many DNS Servers will display these records in various fashions. Please see the examples below showing how the A records may appear. Example One: Name TTL Type Address @ 14400 A 111.222.333.444 www 14400 A 111.222.333.444 Example Two: Name TTL Type Address example.com. 14400 A 111.222.333.444 www.example.com. 14400 A 111.222.333.444 Example Three: Name TTL Type Address example.com. 14400 A 111.222.333.444 www.example.com. 14400 CNAME example.com. And you may find still more slight variations. Don’t panic, though. The rule of thumb is to create your entries to look like the ones already there, and if the entry already exists, then edit it instead of adding a new one. You may need to consult the documentation of your DNS server to know with certainty how the records should be formatted. Contact support for the company providing the DNS server if you are unsure how to proceed. What to Change IP address – Instead of using the IP address (111.222.333.444) used in the examples above, substitute the IP address of your site. Your site’s IP address can be found in the Account Information/Stats panel of cPanel, or you can contact our support to obtain it. Domain Name – You should also substitute your actual domain where it currently says yourdomain.com. Leave all other information the same (formatted according to the specifications of your DNS server).