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Old 30th June 2009, 13:33
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Default DNS - reduce TTL for moving ip - what to do?

I will use the dns server to reduce the nameserver cache time. I suppose to have to reduce the TTL to somthing like 600 maybe 3 day befor the moving day. It is nessesery to edit all records (A MX )one by one or only to edit the TTL from the DNS Zone?
And what does the TTL for the NS record say?

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