Dns not updating from other dns
So your computer starts by checking local DNS cache, then the request is sent to your local Bari ISP.
Here is an example of the request trace – the number of ISP nodes and their location will vary in each particular case: Each of the ISP nodes checks its own cache to see if it contains the DNS information of the domain.
On this page:• Instructions to give to your domain name provider• Generic instructions for updating the settings yourself• Updating from your Go Daddy account• Updating from your Network Solutions account• Is your custom domain pointing to the new IP address Your DNS settings provide the link between your custom domain name and the IP address of the network where Wild Apricot is hosting your site.
When you set up a custom domain, or when Wild Apricot changes its IP address, you'll need to get your DNS settings updated to point to the new IP address at 34.2.
If your custom domain is pointing to the new IP address, a checkmark and a status of Correct will be displayed.
Remember, it can take between several days for your domain name provider to make the change, and several more days for the changes to propagate throughout the Internet, so don't panic if you continue to see your domain name setup flagged as invalid for a few days after updating your settings.
To get your DNS settings updated, you'll need to contact your domain name provider – the company that is hosting your custom domain name – or access your domain name account online. Click here then enter your domain name in the field and click the Search button.