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Flushing the cache and thus clearing out bad domain name servers, and etc. is relatively easy. I know because I just did it. Here is how:
Finder on your task bar
Open Utilities folder
in Mac OS X Leopard…..
Type the following: dscacheutil -flushcache at the command line to flush the DNS resolver cache and then click ENTER (return).
Once you run the command your DNS cache will flush.
Screenshot courtesy of Hongkiat
If using Mac OS 10.4 and below
Type lookupd -flushcache at the command line and then press ENTER (Return) to flush the DNS resolver cache.
That’s all there is to it!
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