Changing DNS Records

Whenever you have to change your existing DNS records, without migrating your DNS provider (without changing the name servers), make sure to lower the TTL value of your DNS records to as low as possible. Some DNS providers have a default TTL value and your DNS record’s TTL will reset to the default value after a specific number of days. In order to prevent this reset to your DNS provider’s default TTL value, make sure to “freeze” the TTL value for a few days before and after the actual change is made.

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