If the Google nameservers (22.214.171.124 and 126.96.36.199) do not correctly propagate the changes to your nameservers, for example after updating an IP address of an A record, you may want to flush the Google public DNS cache for that specific record. Google has published a special tool on https://developers.google.com/speed/public-dns/cache.
Articles in this section
- Nameservers of Openprovider
- Common DNS errors
- DNS configuration for .pt, .de, .it, and .hu.
- How do I create a DKIM DNS record?
- DNSSEC and the Chain of Trust
- Difference between shadow zones and live zones
- How do I create an SPF (Sender Policy Framework) DNS record?
- Bulk DNS Update
- How do I import my existing DNS zones into the Openprovider nameservers?
- Why do the Google nameservers not propagate my changes?