Could it also be?!XP And Below:
1.) Go to start->run.
2.) Type in "cmd" without the quotes.
3.) At the command prompt type "ipconfig /flushdns" again without quotes.
Probably vBulletin will not search 3-character-words.This thread does not appear anywhere near the top of the search results when you search on 'flush DNS'.
Yeah, like on cable. This won't work.Unfortunately [..]
It might be worth mentioning that this only works if you have a dns caching daemon installed, and many using linux don't have such a daemon, and therefore no dns caching, thus not needing to flush dns in the first place. A second note is the fact that you might have to wait for whatever dns server you are using to update itself if you have only recently changed dns settings (up to 48 hours). And lastly, some routers have built in dns caches, and the method for clearing them varies from product to product.Also, if the given linux command does not work, use:
Yes you can tunnel your connection, or use a proxy program (that's besides switching off your modem for like 2-5 min., for the server - your ISP - to assign a new IP address)....i want to say that i have a static ip address so no reflushing is there another way arround ?