I recently changed the DNS settings of the site splat3d.com. I can see that the settings have propagated everywhere (https://geopeeker.com/fetch/?url=https%3A%2F%2Fsplat3d.com%2F&csrf_token=r9kUzIVUjHsjCgDoskPwms7%2FG...), however on my home network, I am still seeing the old site.
I believe there is a home network-based cacheing issue. I have cleared my browser cache, used an incognito window, tried a different browser, tried a different device and also reset my modem and still no luck.
My TTL is set to 600 and I made the changes over 24 hours ago.
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It looks like the DNS server you are using has not been updated with new IP address.
Are you using the modem's default DNS or a custom DNS?
To find out which DNS server you are using on a PC open a command prompt and run IP config all
Look for DNS Servers,. Example is shown below.
DNS Servers . . . . . . . . . . . : 2001:8003:xxxxxxxxxx
If you are using the modems default DNS the DNS server will be the same as your modems IP address. In the example above my modem has an IP address of 192.168.0.1.
If your not using the modems DNS then your PC is configured with a custom DNS.
There are instructions at link below for how to change DNS settings on a windows 10 PC. It should be set to "Obtain DNS address automatically.
There are instructions at link below on how to change DNS server settings on a MAC.