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Assuming your DNS is propagated, A records will change pretty much immediately. There is one thing though that you should be aware of: while using Chrome browser, it will cache routing and things very heavily. So you could work to clear those out by wiping your local DNS caches. First run ipconfig /flushdns in Windows console to clear system dns cache. Then ...


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In short no. Your TLD records have to be on the same nameserver. The DNS lookup first tries to find your main domain - then gets the records in order to determine what to do with the request. It's only after this it processes the subdomain. You can direct different subdomains to different IPs (servers) but you can't force a client to keep looking at name ...



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