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Force domain update propogation

Posted on 2008-10-21
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Hi,
I had a domain and due to an accounting error (mistake in refference number on payment) the domain was "suspended" so I went on and paid with a credit card, and it now shows as active, the registrar says it is active, but nslookups from all the locak ISPs show non-existant domain
the ttl on the hosts are all like 60 seconds, using dyndns for DNS hosting . co.za domain.
Is ther no way I can make the domain work faster?
Thanks
Steven
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Nope, it's in the registrar's hands, I would call them and ask them nicely to get their butts moving faster since they now have your money.
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