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Re: [public-dns-discuss] DNS resolves correctly on ipv4 but not with ipv6



After you changed DNS, you expect more time to wait for it become updated globally, generally it’s 48 hours. 

regards

On Fri, Nov 22, 2019, at 1:00 PM, jhardi0419 AT gmail.com wrote:
When trying to visit my website i am constantly getting errors. 
1. The dns wont resolve
2. The website loaded is the wrong website. 

when performing nslookup for hardinserver.com on my PC i get different answers. The correct listing should be 213.190.6.83, which is where my site is hosted through hostinger. But sadly i am getting more resolutions to 160.153.35.9 which is godaddy hosting which i switched from approx 28 hours ago. 

This has caused quite a few problems to say the least. I am not sure as to why the dns servers are showing different answers, i switched to start using googles DNS servers because they were suppose to be MORE reliable and faster than my ISP. 

Thank you 
Lee 


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