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Changing DNS Cache Settings

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Old 05-08-2012, 07:03 PM   #1
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Default Changing DNS Cache Settings

When you failed to flush dns cache by using ipconfig /flushdns command, the best way to make your dns cache refresh everytime is do the following things

Changing DNS Cache Settings in Windows

1. Select the “ Start ” menu button and enter “ regedit ” in the search text field followed by pressing the “ enter ” key.

2. Click the “ Edit ” and “ Find ” and enter “DNSCache” or use the menu on the left hand side of the editor to locate: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE -> SYSTEM -> CurrentControlSet -> Services -> Dnscache -> Parameters.

3. The MaxCacheTTL is the maximum amount of time that Windows will cache a DNS lookup. The default value at the time of this writing is 86,400 seconds. You can change this entry to 1 to force windows to clear the cache every second. This can result in a negative performance drop on your computer.

4. Another registry key setting that can be changed is MaxNegativeCacheTTL which is the maximum amount of time that a failed DNS result will be cached. This is normally set to 900 seconds, but if you change it to 0, Windows will not store failed look-ups.

*Note, the path to the DNS cache registry key will be slightly different based on the version of Windows installed on your computer. Modifying the registry should be done with caution and not by those who lack significant computer experience.
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