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Sunday, February 26, 2012

How to Flush the DNS Cache in Mac OS X « Servertechs

How to Flush the DNS Cache in Mac OS X « Servertechs: "DNS Flusher is a simple tool to flush the DNS cache in Leopard (10.5) and Tiger (1.04), the steps below will show you how to flush the DNS cache.
Guide on Flushing the DNS Cache in Mac OS X
1. Download DNS Flusher
Download the DNS Flusher if there isn’t a DNS Flusher on your Mac, then install it.
2. Run the application
launch the application, navigate to “Applications/Utilities/Terminal” and double click on the “Terminal” application.
3. Enter command"

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