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How to reset DNS cache?

WINDOWS operating systems often use caching of DNS objects to reduce the number of requests to the DNS server, as well as to improve the performance of processing such requests in general. Therefore, after changing the IP address for your domain, the changes do not take effect immediately, and in order to speed up this process, it is recommended to reset the DNS cache of your local computer. You can do it in the following way:

  • open the command line on behalf of the Administrator: [windows + R] - enter cmd in the search bar - right-click on the icon + "Run as administrator"
  • in the command line write:
ipconfig /flushdns

If the command is executed correctly , you will see the response in the console " Windows IP configuration successfully flushed the DNS Resolver Cache. "

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