How to clear the DNS cache on Windows computer
When you type a website such as www.tp-link.com, The system contacts a DNS server and acquires the IP address associated with www.tp-link.com. Then the system will cache responses from the DNS server on your computer. If a DNS record changes before the entry in your cache expires, you may not be able to connect to a website. You can flush, or clear, your DNS cache and force the system to acquire new DNS records from the DNS server.
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