http://www.dunstanpark.com or http://dunstanpark.com appears to be down
I am having a lot of problems adding dunstanpark.com as our dns to our wordpress site.
I have followed the instructions exactly. There is absolutely nothing configured at our registrar (dotster.com) other than the NS pointing to wordpress.
It was working happily for around 6 hours, and then all of a sudden as I was testing it, it just stopped working again.
A DNS query indicates that I have multiple CNAMEs configured for http://www.dunstanpark.com but I don’t have CNAMEs configured anywhere, not at wordpress and not at our registrar (which by the way I imagine wouldn’t actually have any effect anyway if I did because of the NS pointing to wordpress)
Does this have something to do with the fact that we originally had blog.dunstanpark.com as the domain name for our wordpress site?
Any help you can give me would be very much appreciated.
Blog url: http://dpstud.wordpress.com/
The blog I need help with is dunstanpark.com.
Ah thank you very much timethief! Then I guess it is my DNS Cache in my router that needs to be flushed!
Well at least that is a big relief.
Appreciate your very prompt assistance!
I’m in Canada and the site loaded instantly for me. You’re welcome and best wishes for trouble-free blogging.
I’ve flushed everything here, and it still isn’t working. It isn’t working from my phone across the 3G network either. I’m going to go with the fact that the Australian DNS servers haven’t updated yet. I guess I’ll just have to wait. It’s bizarre though as I was happily browsing this morning after making the changes last night and it just died on me mid page.
Thanks for letting me know it’s up os though, kind of a pain as our customers are all Australian based, but hopefully that means that it is only a matter of time.
It can take between 24 – 72 hours for domain name propagation to take place throughout the internet. I flagged this thread so Staff will look into it for you.
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