I changed the nameservers of my domain. And I can see it changing. Now my domain redirects to “
suspended-website.com”. But my devices connected to the same network do not have this problem. I just have a problem with my computer. I cleared my browser cache but it didn’t work.
Note that is can take 72 hours before that is corrected due to DNS propagation.
I can log in with a different browser, but some subdomains are redirecting to “
suspended-website.com”. Why did you say 72 hours? I can access the site from my phone.
Some devices update faster than others.
You’ve added a new domain name to your account, just changed your nameservers or recently modified some DNS settings. However, they aren’t working yet. You’ve discovered already that it’s not working yet because of something called “DNS Propagation”. But what does that mean?
Introduction to DNS
Before you can understand how DNS Propagation works, you need to understand how DNS itself works. So let’s start with that.
Servers on the internet are identified by a set of numbers called an IP addres…
If you’ve just created your account, or just added a new domain name to an account, you may be surprised that you are unable to view your website when using the domain. Instead you may see:
An advertisements page, with ?z being added to the URL.
An error saying “This site can’t be reached”.
This is usually caused by a system called DNS Caching. This article explains how DNS Caching works, why your website isn’t up yet and what you can do to see your website right now.
When will I be able to …
So, how can I access the subdomain in different browsers on the same device?
If you want to access your site faster, you can try clearing your cache. Currently, I see a directory listing on your site.
By the way, I realized that I can access all subdomains from all browsers with VPN.
Yes, that’s what it should be.
@Greenreader9 I am about to go crazy. This problem only happens on my computer. And I tried clearing the history in all browsers and it doesn’t work. Please give me a suggestion.
Sometimes, your domain name may redirect to the website
suspendeddomain.org instead of showing your website. Contrary to what the domain implies, there are various reasons as to why your domain name may redirect to suspendeddomain.org.
In short, this happens if your browser is connecting to a website IP address, but there is no active website for your domain on the IP address.
This article explains many of the different ways in which this can happen.
Your account is suspended
The most obvious…
You can help yourself with this and speed things up
P.S. most routers need a restart to pull new settings
Detailed guide on how to switch your router and whole local area network or separate computer, mobile phone or tablet to Cloudflare DNS (184.108.40.206 and 220.127.116.11). Speed up your Internet connection and make it more private and secure.
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