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Re: How long does an IP address change take?
--- Jay Link <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Robert, is it possible that we're also dealing with the
> cache on the
> client's computer? That is, could their browsers be set
> to "never update",
> and could the problem be solved by them simply refreshing
> their display?
I checked that first. A lot of them either were not using
the internal DNS server and needed to ipconfig /release &
renew and/or arp -d. I had them delete cookies, etc...
Restart. After all of that, when an offsite person still
had problems, I had them ping it to see what it resolved
to. When it resolved to the old address, I assumed the
ISP's DNS was out of date.
Q: Is the fact that I have a place holder in the old
address (doing a meta-redirect) causing this to persist
longer than necessary?
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