Propagation – How Long do DNS Changes Take?

When changing hosting providers and moving your website and/or email to your new host, you’ll notice that it takes a while for the change to be completed across the web. Once a DNS change is made, root nameservers and cache records will need to update their cache with the new server information, allowing your website Read More >

DNS and Nameserver Changes

Nameservers for Shared, VPS, & Dedicated Accounts (not Resellers) Nameservers for Resellers (Not Shared, VPS or Dedicated Accounts) Changing Nameservers at Other Registrars To get your domain working on your server with InMotion Hosting, you will need to point your domain to our server. You can point your domain Using a DNS change or you Read More >

WHMCS – “Use an existing domain and change the nameservers” Not Working

InMotion’s Reseller hosting lets you make money reselling hosting space. But what do you do if you get an error when trying to place an order? We’ve got you covered. In this article, you’ll be learning about the following error: “Use an existing domain and change the nameservers” Not Working You may have encountered this Read More >

How to Enable DNSSEC with Cloudflare

In this article, we cover how to implement domain name system security extensions (DNSSEC) with the Cloudflare content delivery network (CDN): Enable DNSSEC Verify DNSSEC is working DNSSEC provides an authentication layer by digitally signing a domain’s DNS records at the authoritative DNS server. With DNSSEC added to a domain, if the DNS cannot be Read More >

How to Monitor DNS Propagation

When you make changes to your DNS records, it can take some time to propagate throughout the internet . This is simply due to the nature of how DNS records are designed to work. For instance, all DNS records include a TTL value. This value indicates how long the record’s data is valid for, before Read More >