It's your computer or your router that caches DNS NOT the browsers.
Ctrl+F5 will force a browser cache flush and refresh on any particular page.
Flushing the PC cache is done from a command prompt. Start a Command window (cmd.exe) and type: ipconfig /flushdns <enter>
Some ISP routers are also DNS caching servers and a power cycle of one minute will ususally flush it.
Your ISP's DNS server may not have picked up the changes I bypass this by using Google's public DNS servers, the V4 IPs are:
Open the IP V4 TCP/IP properties of your NIC, select "Use the following DNS server addresses:" and type the numbers in
V6 |IPs are:
Same process here but select TCP/IP V6 properties.
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Last edited by chrishirst; 02-29-2012 at 08:57 AM..