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  1. #1
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    dns

    ok i have updated my domain to point to my new dns servers

    how long on averages does it take for isps to pick up on this??

    also, what is the name of this process called

    propergation or something

  2. #2
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    propagation takes around 48 hours to complete

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    wow that is a huge amount of time

    my domain registrar changed my dns entries at about 8:10 pm GMT

    got a long time to wait to see if my new dns servers work

    my site currently loads, but i think my isp is still pointing to my old records

  4. #4
    The Time to Live (TTL) values in the registry zone files is 48 hours.

    This means your ISP will ask the registry which nameservers to use for your domains at the most 48 hours later than the last time it asked.

    The zone files are updated every 12 hours for CNO domains. Your registrar may have his own schedule for sending data to the registry - some are immediate and others are batched daily or even every other day...

    -t
    myOstrich Internet - OpenSRS Domain Names & Digital Certificates
    http://www.myostrich.net

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