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What is propagation?
Posted by admin on 11 September 2009 09:48 PM
Propagation is the time it takes all DNS servers and Internet Service Providers to update their DNS tables to reflect any new website locations. The rate at which this happens can vary among providers. New domain name registrations are usually live on the main root servers within 24 hours of registration completion. You may need to allow additional time for this information to trickle down to all the DNS Servers on the Internet. Transfers will take approximately 72 hours to be live in the root servers.

During propagation, your website may be viewable from one ISP, and not another. We suggest you wait 72 hours before announcing your new domain name to the world.
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