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The physical location of the registrar isn't important, what matters is where their DNS servers are located in relation to your users, and whether they use unicast or anycast for the DNS services. You tend to find that the bigger DNS providers use anycast. This broadcasts the same DNS information to multiple servers located around the Internet. When a ...


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Okay. Mike. I would find a good, solid, and reliable registrar with decent DNS services. It is not necessary that they are local to your server and here is why. When a user makes a request, it is their ISP DNS that they hit, not yours. Sorta. Simple huh? Essentially, your DNS records will get cached, propagated, and otherwise distributed according to what ...


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Edit %SystemRoot%\system32\drivers\etc\hosts and replace ::1 localhost with 127.0.0.1 localhost Save and restart apache. Hope it will work .



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