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DNS Management issue

I tried changing my DNS and it is automatically resetting back to default DNS. 

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Re: DNS Management issue

@oluwatosin 

 

Try using an incongnito (chrome) or private window (firefox, IE) to access the DNS management screen. A lot of the time what causes what you're seeing is a caching issue in the browser.

 

If that doesn't work, I'd suggest contacting phone support or live chat for further assistance as they have the diagnostic tools to help in your situation.



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Re: DNS Management issue


@MrVapor wrote:

@oluwatosin 

 

Try using an incongnito (chrome) or private window (firefox, IE) to access the DNS management screen. A lot of the time what causes what you're seeing is a caching issue in the browser.

 

If that doesn't work, I'd suggest contacting phone support or live chat for further assistance as they have the diagnostic tools to help in your situation.


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