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I don't think the newer people should have to wonder or search for what TTL means. TTL is yet another acronym which stands for Time To Live, which is how long the information from a name server can be stored locally by your name server until it should be looked up again.
You can think of it like the Stock Quote/News Ticker updates in AIM. You set the TTL in your client to 2, 5, 10, 30 minutes etc. But if they change it on their server to a permanent value of 1 hour, no matter what you set it to- they will not refresh any sooner than 1 hour. Much like if you set up your nameserver at colo facility X with a TTL of 1 day, but the ISP you use reads it and alters it's copy to 3 days, you are going to have to wait three days (unless you proxy or change your ns's to the ones you set up if you so decide, etc).
This world has too many variables!@#~
Originally posted by Rich2k And more importantly it may take less than 24 hours for you but someone next door on a different ISP may take 72 hours to do it.