In the DNS zone of our domain, we had an A record defined for the subdomain. We deleted the A record for this subdomain and set CNAME for this subdomain. Unfortunately, for 2 weeks some traffic is still being forwarded randomly to the old IP address from the deleted A record or to the new one indicated in the CNAME. We used the Purge Cache tool, but that didn’t help either. How can you solve this problem?
What is the record in question?
I have a limit of 2 links in the message so I will use the “[dot]” notation instead of “.”:
Old A record: use[dot]feedink[dot]com -> 126.96.36.199 (TTL Auto)
New CNAME record: use[dot]feedink[dot]com -> d3oi6ntbicnevf.cloudfront.net (TTL Auto, DNS only)
Certainly it is not a matter of local DNS cache, because for example on the same computer it has redirected correctly during the last few days, and yesterday it started to be bad, and today it is correct again.
Resolves fine for me
nslookup use.feedink.com 188.8.131.52 Server: one.one.one.one Address: 184.108.40.206 Non-authoritative answer: Name: d3oi6ntbicnevf.cloudfront.net Addresses: 2600:9000:206e:9600:9:956b:c2c0:93a1 2600:9000:206e:ee00:9:956b:c2c0:93a1 2600:9000:206e:f000:9:956b:c2c0:93a1 2600:9000:206e:600:9:956b:c2c0:93a1 2600:9000:206e:c00:9:956b:c2c0:93a1 2600:9000:206e:e00:9:956b:c2c0:93a1 2600:9000:206e:3c00:9:956b:c2c0:93a1 2600:9000:206e:7a00:9:956b:c2c0:93a1 220.127.116.11 18.104.22.168 22.214.171.124 126.96.36.199 Aliases: use.feedink.com
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