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Clear Local DNS Cache on Mac

Overview

This article will show you how to flush DNS for a computer running Mac OS.

Instructions

  1. Select Finder > Go > Utilities
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  2. Select Terminal
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  3. On your local machine, open a Terminal Window
  4. Within the prompt, type "sudo killall -HUP mDNSResponder && echo macOS DNS Cache Reset"
  5. Hit enter
    • Note: There will be no message but at this time please reattempt connection to your domain.
    • Note: You may have to enter your admin password.



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