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I cant believe
I was very displeased with my old hosting (datapacet.net) due to the excessive downtime and a strange slow speed in the last days.
I decided to transfer my domain to another hosting company (handinhandcomputing.com) and I did it.
Approx. 24h after I ordered the nameservers change, it worked, and my new page was visible.
But today, when I woke up and connected, the domain was pointing to the old server again, and the nameservers are pointing to the new in the domain managing page.
I can't understand it. Can you?
No, it was fine at 24 hours. The server ruled, the new one.
Your site works fine (I couldn't understand what it said though
) and the nameservers are with handinhand.
Domain Name: ABORDAJE.NET
Registrar: WILD WEST DOMAINS, INC.
Whois Server: whois.wildwestdomains.com
Referral URL: http://www.wildwestdomains.com
Name Server: NS1.HANDINHANDCOMPUTING.COM
Name Server: NS2.HANDINHANDCOMPUTING.COM
Updated Date: 17-mar-2004
Creation Date: 18-jan-2004
Expiration Date: 18-jan-2005
Yep, it changed again.
But when it was pointing to the old server, in the Whois appeared the new hosting data (scary).
And when I did a Lookup, the data that appeared was the old hosting one. (more scary? or I am too dumb?)
Thanks for the comments, anyway.
That's how DNS propagation works. In the Whois output you'll see the DNS servers actually set for your domain, until your ISP (whom you are accessing the internet through, not to be confused with your new / old web host) updates his name servers to reflect this change some time may pass (usually 1-2 day max).