What Does DNS Flush Do?

What Does DNS Flush Do?

DNS or Domain Name System is the heart of the internet and computer networks which resolves the domain names into IP addresses. Some systems stores the resolved IP and domain name in the cache and uses them without querying them again and again from and DNS server or resolver. Simply DNS flush will remove all … Read more

“ipconfig /registerdns” – Register Hostname To Active Directory (AD)

"ipconfig /registerdns" - Register Hostname To Active Directory (AD)

As an IP and network management command ipconfig provides different parameters. ipconfig /registerdns is a command which is mainly used to create or update the hostname or A/AAA record in an Active Directory environment. As the parameter name suggests that it will register the computer into a general and public DNS server but it’s not. … Read more

“ipconfig /flushdns” – Reset DNS Cache In Windows, MacOSX, and Linux

"ipconfig /flushdns" - Reset DNS Cache In Windows, MacOSX, and Linux

DNS is a protocol used to resolve domain names or web addresses into IP addresses. DNS cache is used to store previously solved domain name – IP address records. Sometimes these DNS cache records can create problems and the best and easiest way to solve this is resetting or flushing the DNS cache. The flush … Read more

Windows ipconfig Command Tutorial

Windows ipconfig Command Tutorial

Windows provides the ipconfig command in order to list and manage the network, IP, DNS, DHCP Default Gateway from the command line. ipconfig command provides different options where DHCP configuration can be changed refreshed. The ipconfig command mostly used to list IP, DNS, DHCP, Gateway, or network information and renew the IP address. But we … Read more