Cant access my site

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I bought a WHM/Cpanel reseller account last week under the domain hostyourdream.com. They gave me 2 IPs to register my own nameserver (dns1.hostyourdream.com and dns2.hostyourdream.com) so i went where i registered my domain, created the nameservers, and changed the domains nameserver settings to my new nameservers.



The problem i face now is weird: I cant access my site(hostyourdream.com) with my dsl connection but i can when i use dialup(with a different ISP). I contacted my hosting provider and he told me the site works fine and that theres no problem with the DNS settings. But still, when i try with my DSL connection i get the error you get when a site doesnt exist. Can you see the site hostyourdream.com? Whats wrong? Do i have to contact my ISP? Or is something wrong with my DNS?



I get some warning at DNSreport.com but I cant fully understand them..



please help! Thx in advance
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What happens when you ping dns1.hostmydream.com from both dsl? If the dsl can resolve the name to an IP address then the dns is fine. If not, could it be possible that your dsl's dns server has not yet been replicated?
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Most likley waiting for the domain propagation
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ITmaster21 wrote:
What happens when you ping dns1.hostmydream.com from both dsl? If the dsl can resolve the name to an IP address then the dns is fine. If not, could it be possible that your dsl's dns server has not yet been replicated?


u mean my ISP's DNS server?
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Yes, some times the DNS propagation takes a bit longer, most likley you would see it up sooner than later
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thx i hope ure right....
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Definately sounds like DNS. Give it a full 72 hours.

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