Updating DNS at Register.com

This article show how to update your domain name’s DNS (Domain Name Server) settings at Register.com 1) Click Your Account 2) Enter your Register.com User Name and Password in the boxes here 3) Then click Log In You are now logged in to your Register.com account 4) Click on the domain name you wish to manage….. in this case, 1567domain.com 5) Now enter your new Primary and Secondary DNS settings in the boxes provided here 6) Then click Continue 7) Click Continue again, to confirm your changes That’s it! You’ve successfully updated your DNS settings Scroll down, just to

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Updating DNS at NetworkSolutions.com

This article show how to update your domain name’s DNS (Domain Name Server) settings at NetworkSolutions.com 1) Click Manage Account 2) Enter your NetworkSolutions.com User Name and Password in the boxes here 3) Then click Log In You are now logged in to your NetworkSolutions.com account 4) Click nsWebAdress 5) Select Designated DNS then click Apply Changes 6) Click Move DNS 7) Now enter your new Primary and Secondary DNS settings in the boxes provided here 8) Click Move DNS 9) Then click Edit DNS Our new DNS settings are listed here Remember that it can take 24-48 hours for your domain name to fully

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Updating DNS at NameCheap.com

This article show how to update your domain name’s DNS (Domain Name Server) settings at NameCheap.com 1) Enter your NameCheap.com Username and Password here 2) Then click Login Now! You are now logged in to your NameCheap.com account 3) Click the View link here to see a list of domain names in your account 4) Then click on the domain name you wish to manage… in this case, demo321.info 5) Click the Domain Name Server Setup link Here you can see the current DNS settings for this domain name, and it’s these settings that we

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Updating DNS at enom.com

This article show how to update the domain name’s DNS (Domain Name Server) settings at enom.com 1) Click on the log-in link here 2) Enter your enom.com account username and password in the boxes here 3) Then click the log-in button You are now logged in to your enom.com account 4) Click on the Registered domains link here 5) Click DNS Server Settings Here you can see the current DNS settings for this domain name, and it’s these settings that we are going to change 6) Now enter the correct DNS settings in the boxes provided here,so that your

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Updating DNS at GoDaddy.com

This article show how to update the domain name’s DNS (Domain Name Server) settings at GoDaddy.com 1) Enter your GoDaddy.com account Login Name and Password in the boxes here 2) Then click the Go button You are now logged in to your GoDaddy.com account 3) Click the Domain Manager link here 4) Then click on the domain name you wish to manage Here you can see the current DNS settings for this domain name, and it’s these settings that we are going to change 5) Click here to modify the DNS settings 6) Now enter

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How to clear your browser cache

If you are experiencing any connectivity issue, it is advisable to clear your browser’s cache. This article outlines how this is done in Internet Exporer, Firefox, Safari and Chrome. Internet Explorer 7 Click Tools > General. Click Delete Files. Click the checkbox next to Delete all offline content. Click OK.> Internet Explorer 8 Click Tools > Delete Browsing History > Select Temporary Browsing History. Click the Delete button near the bottom of the window. Safari Go to Safari > Empty

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How do I do a traceroute test and ping test?

Traceroute is a computer network tool used to determine the route taken by packets across an IP network. Below is a detailed step-by-step procedure on how to do a tracereoute test on Windows, Linux/Unix and Mac platform. For Windows: Click “Start”, then click “Run”.Type “command” on the space provided in the run window.On the newly opened console window, type “tracert ” or “tracert “example: tracert www.example.comYou can then copy and paste the result to your ticket or email. For Linux/Unix/Mac:

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How do I check DNS records?

You can check your DNS records on dnsstuff.com by doing the following: Go to http://www.dnsstuff.com/ Look for the box labeled DNS lookup and put the domain you wish to check in the box. After that, select the type of record you wish to check (For example: A, MX, NS, SOA, etc.). Click on the Lookup button. On the next page you will see the results. You can also check your DNS records using “DiG” on *NIX systems, or you can

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