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  1. #1

    Domain Forwarding problem big problem indeed

    Hello,
    I am a new user.
    I made a domain to forward to a website.
    the problem is that:
    some people can see the website but some cant.And in the proxy based website the website shows perfectly. what is the problem with domain forwarding?

    Sorry for my explanation as I am totally new.
    Thanks in advance
    Regards
    Mizan

    N.B: I am using the interface of Public domain registry or Directi .

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    how much time has passed since forwarding the domain?
    Sneaky Little Hobbitses

  3. #3
    around 12 hour

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    you may need to wait for 24-48 hours for DNS propoagation to take place. If problems still exist, contact your domain name registrar (if the forwarding is done through them).
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  5. #5
    If you simply forwarded the domain, using the same nameservers as before it should be instant. Does you website possibly block traffic from certain countries ?

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