Do DNS record changes take longer to propagate to NextDNS DNS over HTTPS (DoH) servers vs. legacy DNS protocol servers?

I made DNS record changes for a domain I own, and all records—NS, A, SOA, etc.—have propagated through standard DNS servers after approximately 36 hours, including my two NextDNS profiles, tested via:

dig @<my_NextDNS_IP> <my_domain> NS
dig @<my_NextDNS_IP> <my_domain> SOA
dig @<my_NextDNS_IP> <my_domain> A

HOWEVER, checking the same records via NextDNS DoH showed the old values many hours after legacy DNS had updated. The SOA record is still showing the old value, tested via:

curl -H 'accept: application/dns-json' 'https://dns.nextdns.io/<my_NextDNS_profile_id>?name=<my_domain>&type=SOA' | jq

My questions:

  1. Is there extra propagation lag for NextDNS DoH vs legacy DNS?
  2. If so, how long is that lag? How can I report an issue for a specific domain record if it goes beyond that?

1 reply

    • periwinkle_cactus
    • 1 yr ago
    • Reported - view

    I have exactly the same question. How can the propagation be made faster

Content aside

  • 1 yr agoLast active
  • 1Replies
  • 111Views
  • 2 Following