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Domain DNS Propagation


When making changes to your DNS entries, the changes made can take up to 48 hours to fully propagate throughout the internet. Typically, changes are shown within a few hours however, it can usually take longer.

The time for propagation can also be dependent on the TTL (time To Live) set on your DNS records. For example, if your TTL is set to a few minutes, you can expect the propagation to be much shorter.

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