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after migrating website still points to old location

Discussion in 'Plesk for Linux - 8.x and Older' started by jamesnew01, Oct 29, 2007.

  1. jamesnew01

    jamesnew01 Guest

    i migrated a website from one vps to another over 2 weeks ago, but still if i find the ip address of the site it points to the old server,

    has this something to do with the mxrecord?

    where do i find this?

    what do i need to change or do?

    any help would be great appreciated as i fairly new to plesk and web administration

    thanks again
  2. dirty@

    dirty@ Guest

    there can be tens of reasons, you need to start from the top and do step by step

    - check what name servers are set for the domain in registrar's WHOIS..

    - what IP of name servers are registered there with..

    - try to resolve the domain name with these name servers

    - try to resolve the domain name with IPs of these name servers

    if they are OK, then check what default name server is for you (for the station where you are sitting), probably the problem is there..
  3. jamesnew01

    jamesnew01 Guest

    still lost

    thanks for the info but still a little lost

    Whois Server: whois.godaddy.com

    how do i go about resolving the domain name with these name server

  4. DaDomainMasta

    DaDomainMasta Guest

    Re: still lost


    under *nix type:

    host <youdomain> NS50(49).DOMAINCONTROL.COM

    under M$:

    > nslookup <yourdomain> NS50(49).DOMAINCONTROL.COM